Vag as it well known for instead of vulva’s, and all other organs attached to it come in various shapes, sizes, and colors. Most women worry that, their vag area doesn’t look “normal,” really! There’s actually no normal vag.
Everyone is unique in nature. The only “normal” out there is what nature has for you, unless your normal doesn’t function as it is supposed to. Besides everything is okay.
What’s the average and normal vag size?
People mention “fat vag,” but in actual fact, they’re usually referring to the fleshy area above your pu*sy lips (Mons pubis). The Mons pubis is the area of your pubic hair.
Its basic function is to provide cushioning for you during s3x. It helps you and your partner so that you don’t crack your pelvic bone when you’re thoning. Besides, it also protects other reproductive organs from other injury.
However, the size of your Mons pubis depends on your body weight and height. People with different body types has different body fat in different areas. That’s why there’s really no average. It depends on your composition and size.
Besides, like the Mons pubis, the inner and outer pu*sy lips (labia) have variations as well. All these are what really make your vulva uniquely normal.
The same applies for your upper pubic area. Although the area below your navel is naturally fleshy and soft, it ultimately depends on your overall body weight and type.
Can your Mons pubis or vag change over time?
Yes. This is because the amount of estrogen in the body decreases with age. This can reduce fat and collagen. Although hormones do play a role, it can occur due to individual lifestyle factors such as diet and exercise. The Mons pubis is a naturally fatty area. The more you gain weight, the more fat deposits accumulate there.
Increase weight gain causes your skin to stretch. Due to this, you may notice changes to your body that you didn’t expect, such as an expanding vulva. There may not be any changes in your Mons pubis even if you lose a significant amount of body weight. Unless the weight is lost in the pelvic area, your mons pubis may still protrude more than before.
Sometimes, you may notice that the size of your mons pubis and overall vag1nal area changes. It can possibly occur due to;
Weight changes affecting the mons pubis can sometimes lead to changes in the outer labia. If the shape of your outer labia changes, your vulva may look different than it did before such as your outer lips look puffier or your inner lips are no longer showing.
Are there ways to reduce your mons pubis or vag size?
Although exercise can have an effect, it’s impossible to determine whether your weight loss will be in this area. It all depends on your individual weight and overall body type.