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Why the vagina opening is so huge because i never masturbated nor fingered ?

I am a virgin and have a strip of tissue running across the vagina. I have a hole beneath this septate string. i think the hole was created by breaking my normal hymen(is this possible). Is my normal hymen broken?my normal hymen was there in that place?Do/did i have two hymens? i never fingured myself. yesterday was the first time i explored my vagina. And my vaginal opening is huge whenevr i get wet it becomes very flexible . I just stretch my inner labia to see how big it could get and it was huge . I am confused i never masturbated neither fingured why is it huge? Please answer all my queries :)
Asked On : Fri, 15 Apr 2011
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The strip of tissue running across your vagina shows that you do have a septate vagina.The small hole you are talking of is more likely to be by birth and less likely to be due to injury.Hymen is an elastic tissue and it can expand when you are wet.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal

Answered: Fri, 15 Apr 2011
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