Deep in a vagina

Duration: 15min 38sec Views: 562 Submitted: 22.04.2021
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We all know that the vagina is a versatile thing; it gives birth to babies , bleeds every month and can give immense pleasure. And such a complex body part has plenty going on behind the scenes, too. Leading intimate health specialist Dr Shirin Lakhani shared the facts with Cosmopolitan UK - from how deep your vagina really is, to whether sex actually makes it stretch Some quick maths here tells us that that's only a few inches, and it's highly likely that anyone who's had sex with a penis, or used a dildo, has had something bigger than that inside her vagina. But, as it turns out, that's because it's basically a tube, which gets bigger when you're turned on - kind of like an inverse penis.

How deep is a vagina? Doctors tell us!

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Just as women can have different sized breasts, hands, and feet, the size and depth of vaginas can also vary. According to one study, the average depth of a vagina is about 3. Other sources suggest that the average range of size may be about 3 to 7 inches approximately 7. In fact, the depth of the vagina from the opening to the tip of the cervix can measure anywhere up to 7 inches

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I was wondering about the depth of the vagina. I've read statistics that say that the average vagina is only 3 to 4 inches deep. This seems way too small to me, since the average penis is considerably longer than that. Wouldn't that mean that most penises would crash into the cervix repeatedly during intercourse? Since this obviously doesn't happen, my question is this: does the vagina actually elongate during intercourse to accommodate the entire length of the average penis?
There are lot of misconceptions around how the vagina works and how you should be caring for it. Not that long. On average, the vaginal canal is three to six inches long. But your vaginal canal can change shape in certain situations, like during sex or childbirth. Sexual arousal forces your cervix and uterus to lift up and out of the way, which causes the upper two-thirds of your vagina to lengthen.