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April 17, Brett Farrow. Gender reassignment surgery is considered very safe, and complications are not common. However, to help ease any tightness and pain after the procedure, post-op instructions include using a vaginal dilator. Vaginal dilators are tube-shaped devices that come in various sizes to help stretch and lengthen vaginal tissue and ease scarring. Some dilator choices have Neodymium magnets that help flood sensitive vaginal tissue with healthy blood flow. Each set comes with a complimentary storage bag for discreteness. Transgender women use the dilators in the weeks after surgery to maintain vaginal depth and elasticity.
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The vulva plural: vulvas or vulvae; derived from Latin for wrapper or covering consists of the external female sex organs. The vulva includes the mons pubis or mons veneris , labia majora , labia minora , clitoris , vestibular bulbs , vulval vestibule , urinary meatus , the vaginal opening , hymen , and Bartholin's and Skene's vestibular glands. The urinary meatus is also included as it opens into the vulval vestibule. Other features of the vulva include the pudendal cleft, sebaceous glands , the urogenital triangle anterior part of the perineum , and pubic hair. The vulva includes the entrance to the vagina , which leads to the uterus , and provides a double layer of protection for this by the folds of the outer and inner labia.
One of the most consistent corrections HuffPost Women gets comes any time one of our writers uses the word "vagina" to refer to a woman's entire genital area, as opposed to the more anatomically accurate "vulva. Look, we get it. There is a difference between the vagina and the vulva and indeedy, loyal readers, we know what it is. There's a very good argument to be made for why terminology matters, especially when it comes to issues as important as women's bodies, their personal authority over those bodies and their sexual health. There's also quite a valid argument to be made for using vagina colloquially, and accepting the fact that when it comes to public discourse, the great vulva ship hath sailed.