Jump to navigation. A lot of changes happen to different parts of your body during pregnancy and some that can be more difficult or embarrassing to talk about are vaginal changes- but rest assured, these changes are completely normal most of the time. Many women are very in-tune and aware of their changing bodies during pregnancy and usually bring up all of their experiences during their appointments.
As your pregnancy progresses, you simply cannot wait for your little bundle of joy to come out into the world. However, sometimes, certain health issues during pregnancy can ruin your happiness. Morning sicknessnauseaand back pain are common during pregnancy, and so is vaginal swelling.
There's nothing like a toe-curling romp to leave you feeling oooh- oooooh so good. That is until you detangle your bodies, roll over to the other side of the bed to cool down, and realize your vagina is swollen AF. As you've probably guessed, the answer is heck no.
You are pregnant and jubilant about it, to say the least. You are happy with the thought of showing off your pregnant belly, attending pre-natal exercise sessions and joining other pregnant couples at regular meet-ups. You are reading up on all the changes that are likely to happen in your body, thanks to the little one growing inside, and the hormonal changes set in motion to support and nourish the little one. One such change that might happen during your pregnancy is vaginal swelling.
Have you ever wondered what typical labia look like and how yours compare? If not, have a look! Now that you're expecting, you may also wonder how pregnancy and childbirth may affect your labia's shape and size.
After all, pushing a baby through your lady bits kind of seems like squeezing a bowling ball through the eye of a needle. But what you may not realize is that to get there, there are many changes in store down below. This is your vagina on pregnancy:.
Having a vulva and vagina can be pretty superb. Depending on how your specific parts work, they may offer the potential to have plentiful orgasms, give birth to cute, chunky babies, and do so many other delightful things. But having a vulva and vagina can come with downsides, too, like a swollen vulva intense enough to earn you the nickname Michelin Mons or a swollen vagina that throws you for a loop.
Pregnancy is an exciting time for most women, but it can bring with it some major discomforts. Vaginal heaviness is one of these discomforts. From morning sickness to an aching back, sleep deprivation and constant tiredness, pregnancy can take a lot out of you.
IT'S an uncomfortable feeling no woman wants to experience Not only is it a worrying sight, but it can also cause pain and discomfort, something no woman wants. Vulvovaginitis is the name given to a number of condition that can cause swelling, redness and irritation around the vulva and vagina.