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Labia minoras

I'm not sure what category this problem would fall under.. But I'm 15 & I'm a virgin. Although, sex is a huge conversation in my life because all of my friends are experienced. I never thought that the their was anything odd or different about my vagina. Until one day, I was changing in front of one my friend & she teased that I have "balls." My friends now call my vagina a "hamburger." I know this may sound very amusing. But recently I've just been feeling very self conscious about it.  The farthest I've been is brief fingering. The guy never fully saw my vagina though. At this point I'm completely put off by my "hanging ham." I want to know how girls with the same thing as me still have sex & how the man they do it with react or don't at all? I want to have sex one day. But I feel like I'll be judged by the way my vagina looks.
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Female genitalia can vary in size and shape a great deal and this is normal.  I suspect that you are perfectly normal and your friends are just showing their immaturity and ignorance.  Most men are not very experienced when it comes to the female anatomy and I doubt you will experience any problem let alone be judged.   Like women, male genitalia differ a great deal as well.  Considering differences in the sizes of noses, ears, breast, hair, etc. we are all different yet completely normal for the most part.   J. Kyle Mathews, MD
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Every girls body is different. I myself have i guess you can say the same issue as you. I'm 22 going to be 23 and my past partners have NOT once complained or said anything about my area. Yes I'm still self concious cause I feel like something is wrong with me but my fiancee has no problem with how I look so why should I.

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