On one of my labia minoria is ALOT bigger than the other one. Its almost like there are two the same size and then off of one there is a different type of skin growing and extending on it. Its been there for as long as I can remember and I get the feeling its not supposes to be there. The skin isn't smooth and its not the same color. What does htis sound like?
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it's impossible for us to make diagnoses over the internet from a word description. Also, we're not really physicians, so if this is really bothering you, please mention it to your doctor at your next physical.
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Yup, Gummy is right. Asking a doc is always a great thing, they simply know best what is and isn't normal genital wise, simply because they get to see more genitals than most other people.
In general though, try to remember that the human body isn't symmetrical and comes in lots of shapes and sizes all over the places, including vulvas. Problem is, I think, that we girls do not get to see lots of Vulvas growing up and aren't even encouraged to look at our own, so we don't have a normal relationship with it or know what it's supposed to look like either.
So really, ask your doc about it next time, (and my personal guess would be that most likely everything will be fine and dandy) and then try to make friends with your genitals. They are beautiful and pleasuregiving the way they are.
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