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SourPatch
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Ive been reading around your website and ive seen a lot of questions about labia. You might feel like i'm repeating the same question bt my thing is ONE side of my labia is extremely long and stretchy while the other isnt. I was wondering should i be concerned or is that normal? Its so stretchy that sometimes during the day that i can feel it slipping out of my vulva and i have to get in there in readjust it so that it doesnt stick out. It gets really uncomfortable because i can feel it when im walking or sitting. Sounds pretty not normal to me but i figured i better get the info from a pro. Thank you.

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orca
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Often one labia will be larger than the other, yes. Have you seen our article on labia and the drawings of vulvas by Betty Dodson that we have on the site? There are LOTS of variations in vulvas. So yes, you're perfectly fine. [Smile]

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SourPatch
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But is it still normal for me to have to "fix" when it slips out?
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orca
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I'm not entirely sure what you mean "slip out." Labia don't need to be tucked in. They just hang.

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my penis' foreskin does not go behind when it is erected and the red color head of my penis does not appear easily. i had to do hard work to make it come out from penis. will it create problem during sex?
how can i make my foreskin to settle back permanently?

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SourPatch
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Oh! Okayy. So its normal for it to hang past the "lips" sometimes?
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Sourpatch: Yes, it is perfectly normal for your inner labia to hang past your outer ones sometimes - that's fairly common and nothing to be concerned about.

Abbhi: In the future, please make a new topic if you have a question instead of tacking it on to someone else's thread. Per your foreskin, it should not be retracted permanently; when your penis is not erect the foreskin should cover the head. If you're concerned that you may not be able to pull it back far enough, then that's something you need to talk to your doctor about.

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Thanks for the info.
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