An itchy hoo-ha does not a happy woman make. And if your irritation is accompanied by a rash or unusual spots, there's a chance a skin condition could be to blame. While you might be more likely to have dermatology issues like eczema pop on your arm, it is possible to see symptoms below the belt, says Angela Lamb, M. Check out these skin conditions that can affect your lady parts. Eczema Anyone who has it elsewhere on their body knows all too well about the inflammation and uncomfortable dry skin that comes with eczema.
It all started with a contest to assess which type of vulva is considered most beautiful and attractive. But the event became so popular on the internet and so many photos were received by the organizers that the project eventually turned into a scientific study on the appearance of the vulva. Called "The Vulva Paper," the research was commissioned by the company Autoblow 2, which manufactures sex toys. To better understand the analysis, one must understand that the external part of the genitalia, which has been called the vagina, is actually the vulva. The vagina is located internally in the reproductive system and cannot be seen, except by the gynecologist in some intimate examination.
From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Reasonator Scholia Statistics. Media in category "Labeled photographs of human female genitalia" The following files are in this category, out of total. A vulva with anatomical description. Anatomical description - human vulva.
As women go through childbearing, hormonal changes and aging, they can experience changes in their genitalia. Changes that can impact a woman's quality of life include vaginal laxity, stress urinary incontinence, loss of vaginal lubrication, a decrease in erotic sensation and loss of tone of the labia majora. As women, their physicians and the media are finally beginning to talk about these issues, the number of treatments available is increasing. Devices that have been developed to treat some or all these changes use radiofrequency or laser energy to induce collagen tightening.