Elongation and duplication of the labia minora are relatively common.
Papillomatosis is a benign, usually asymptomatic condition of the labia characterized by multiple small papillary projections covering the vestibule and labia minora. These papillae are usually symmetrically distributed and bear no relationship to genital warts.
Vaginal vestibule and perineum
size of the vaginal opening and the length of perineum differ among
A woman with a narrow vaginal introitus and a short perineum (mid
vaginal to mid rectal dimension of less than 4.5 cms), has a higher
chance of developing introital dyspareunia
secondary to vulvar vestibulitis syndrome.
hymeneal opening variations can vary. Partial embryonic canalization
of the hymen can result in a cribriform hymen, whereas complete
absence of canalization results in an imperforate hymen. Imperforate
hymen is rare, and is usually diagnosed after menarche, when the
patient develops severe pelvic pain secondary to menstrual retention.
Imperforate and severely narrowed hymens require surgical incision
or excision of the hymen.