That is, until upon researching it, I found a paper published in the very reputable British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, in , titled: Oral conception. Impregnation via the proximal gastrointestinal tract in a patient with an aplastic distal vagina. Case report. So it would appear that unless the author simply was writing up a very detailed practical joke, and then managed to somehow slip it by the editors of that esteemed journal, that it very well might be true. Upon examination, doctors found no vagina, only a shallow skin dimple. Regardless of how the baby was conceived, it was ready to emerge from the womb.
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No longer. Read on to discover exactly how your vagina transforms and adjusts to maturing, as well as tips from experts on keeping it healthy and yes, active. The hair down there Perhaps the most noticeable change in your vaginal area is the greying, thinning, and loss of pubic hair. Your scalp, leg, and underarm hair may thin, as well, especially after menopause. On the not-so-bright side, hair begins to appear elsewhere.
A year-old woman in Pakistan reported to her doctors that she was having difficulties having sex with her husband. Having only recently been married and begun having sex, she hadn't noticed any sexual problems before that point. When she attempted to have sex with her husband, penetration wasn't possible. Over the six months of their marriage, this led to physical and verbal abuse from the husband, and she eventually returned to live with her parents.