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rldove13
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I have been wondering about this for the longest time and now I'm finally mustering up the courage to ask...as long as I can remember I have no looked like the normal female genatalia diagram. What I mean is that it looks a if I have no clitoral hood and that my clitors is extremely close to my uthera. I was just wondering if this is normal or is this something I should be worried about.
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Becca

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There is a lot of variation when it comes to genitalia (heck, when it comes to any part of the human body), so looking a little different than the diagram is not a huge deal. If you are concerned that this is more than a slight variation, the best person to talk to is a gynecologist. They can take a look and answer all of your questions.

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