For your eyes only girls

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For your eyes only girls

This little piece is an attempt at answering some of those burning questions that you feel are a little too personal and embarrassing to ask your doctor. All women have questions about their bodies that are just too embarrassing to ask your doctor at times.

It’s difficult enough to go to a health screening and bare it all in front of a stranger. Having to remember to ask questions is a whole different matter. The only thing that makes it worse is that some of the questions you are not asking are more embarrassing than sitting in a cold room in your underwear.

These are the answers to questions all women have based on answers from real doctors, remember it’s for your eyes-only girls:

One of your boobs is bigger than the other — not like, a negligible size difference, but for real, a whole handful. What gives? Is this normal?

Rest easy, this is 100% normal, breasts come in all shapes and sizes. Therefore, if you’re rockin’ a C-cup and a D-cup, don’t worry about it!  The only time you should be concerned is if it’s a recent change in breast size. It could be something troublesome like an inflamed milk duct or a solid mass, either way it should be checked by a doctor. When you go shopping for bras make sure you get fitted by a professional because most of us have oddly enough one boob that is slightly bigger than the other – so girl – it’s totally normal.

What are the precise mechanics of a condom getting stuck INSIDE you so far back that a trip to the hospital is necessary to get it removed.

Here’s an embarrassing question but not that strange a question, it happens quite a lot. There’s nothing more worrying than realizing that a condom is somehow still inside of you.  First, this is a time when we need to understand our vaginas – they are not deep, dark caves of mystery. A vagina has a depth of approximately 1cm, but will lengthen as arousal increases.  The job of removing the lost condom seems a bit less worrying at this stage. The condom is probably lodged up near your cervix and your vaginal canal, and the good news is that you should be able to get it out yourself with a couple of fingers and a squatting position. If not a trip to the hospital might be necessary, it’s quite simple and you’ll be out of there in a couple of minutes.

Watch the video below and find more answers to more of those embarrassing questions:

Tina is a DailyStar senior writer. She graduated from Edith Cowan University. Writing has always been something she enjoyed. Her positive outlook colours every aspect of her life. Her motto -Life’s too short so get living.

When she’s not busy writing, Tina is exploring the city she adores, running in her local Park every day, drinking an absurd amount of coffee, taking care of an adorable pup, kids and traveling.

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