The external female genital area is called the vulva. The outer folds of skin are called the labia majora, and the inner folds are called the labia minora. Within the labia minora is the vestibule. The vagina and urethra open into the vestibule.
Paper - Anatomy, pathology and development of the hymen
Vulvovaginal Health - ACOG
Rectal prolapse symptoms are often distressing — they can impact on quality of life and self esteem. These Physiotherapist techniques can help manage and provide relief from commonly experienced rectal prolapse symptoms including soiling, bulging, constipation and wetness. Rectal prolapse symptoms can be classified into two groups ; symptoms associated directly with the rectal prolapse, and symptoms that develop indirectly as a result of associated difficulties with cleanliness and hygiene. The symptoms most commonly experienced with rectal prolapse usually become more noticeable as the prolapse worsens. The main rectal prolapse symptom is a bulge or protrusion of red coloured tissue from the anus.
Hymen looking bulge on anus
About Translations. Gellhorn G. A natomy, pathology and development of the hymen.
Clinicians, however, continue to refer to changes in the hymen to assess for a history of consensual or nonconsensual sexual intercourse. We reviewed published evidence to dispel commonly held myths about the hymen and its morphology, function, and use as evidence in cases of sexual violence. An examination of the hymen is not an accurate or reliable test of a previous history of sexual activity, including sexual assault. We call on clinicians to consider the low predictive value of a hymen examination and to: 1 avoid relying solely on the status of the hymen in sexual assault examinations and reporting; 2 help raise awareness of this issue among their peers and counterparts in law enforcement and the judicial system; and 3 promote fact-based discussions about the limitations of hymenal examinations as part of clinical education for all specialties that address the sexual or reproductive health of women and girls. The online version of this article