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About my friend please help!!

Okay my friend well bestest friend in the world has told me something disturbing but she is scared to tell anyone and like okay, she told me that her vagina is weird..lol she say that her inner lips (the ones by the clitoris) are made funny...lol she say one is bigger than the other and when she gets hot she say the big one gets swollen and get a lump in it like a swollen lip with a lump on it...i told her to goto the doctor but she scared to tell her mom...(she17)(im 18) and she is a virgin so what do you guys think it is?? she said it been like this since she was little... and she is a masturbator...please help..it doesn't hurt her its just she is self conscious of it and don't want to have sex until she find out if its normal...
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Every woman's private area looks different. It's just like the rest of the body, we are all unique and therefor everything about us is different. This wont have anything to do with masturbating, it's just the way she looks down bellow. It is normal and when she is older and starts having sex she will find that there is nothing wrong. As for the lump it could be a number of things which aren't serious. If she is worried the only way to help is to see a doctor, telling a parent is daunting but they've been through it themselves when they were young anyways
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In many women there is a degree of stiffening as blood from arousal causes the vaginal lips to become heavier with blood flow opening the vulva somewhat for intercourse
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