The female anatomy is a matter of interest not only for the men but also for the women around the world. Many facts are little known or incompletely known; you must know these especially when you are a woman. Get a little closer to your body by knowing these facts about the female anatomy. Perhaps the real intriguing nature of a woman lies within!
Facts About Female Anatomy
Both Your Breasts May Not Be Same
Generally, your left breast is bigger than the right one. It is not a matter of embarrassment but absolutely normal. Growing girls can have their breast size even out over time. There can also be changes in nipple size, including color, as girls observe a transition to teenage.
Some women may not even notice the change in their breast size. Even the nipple size may vary and point in different directions. So even the perfect beauty may not have everything ‘perfect’ within!
More Than 2 Million Women Endorse Fake Breasts
It is not only Pamela Anderson or Katie Price who have undergone breast implants. Data shows that women can undergo the knife, irrespective of the result, early. The average age of a woman who gets implants is estimated to be 34.
Breasts Can Change Shape And Size
When aroused, breasts can get bigger. Breasts can also go out of shape, especially with a wrong sleeping position.
Sleeping face down may cause the breasts to misshape. Sleeping on your side can be a good position with a pillow under the breasts to support them.
The Uterus Is Extremely Elastic
The uterus is a small organ measuring about 3 inches (7.5 centimeters) in length and 2 inches (5 cm) in width. But during pregnancy, it can change rapidly. When you reach 20 weeks of pregnancy, your uterus can reach to your navel. And the outer edge of the uterus can go up to the lower part of your rib cage when you reach about 36 weeks of pregnancy!
Uterus Size May Predict Premature Birth
Through ultrasound, the height of your uterus can be determined; and this is possibly a good way to predict whether you are at risk of having a baby born prematurely should you conceive with twins after an IVF.
A research (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) has brought out this finding which can serve a tool for medical professionals in implementing the IVF treatment to many couples across the world.
The Hymen May Not Predict Virginity
Much against the popular belief, the hymen may not predict your virginity correctly. The hymen, which is simply a small tissue ringing the vaginal opening, can break upon first sexual intercourse (or any other penetration). It can stretch and the presence or absence of a hymen has nothing to do with whether a woman experiences sexual act.
Sexual intercourse and delivery can have varying effects on the hymen. If you have a highly elastic hymen, it is likely to return to (nearly) its original state. In other cases, it may be completely absent after repeated penetration. The hymen may also tear owing to an illness, injury or physical exercising. It is not feasible to definitely determine a girl’s virginity by analyzing her hymen.