The average vagina size: A study in the British Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology reported that the average depth of a vagina is 3.77 inches (9.6 cm)! Read on let’s explore your Sextasy.
However, the above statistic does not mean to indicate that any vagina at any point of time stays that size. The vaginal width and depth can differ across various women and can also stretch to accommodate a penis and deliver a baby!
Does vaginal depth affect sex and pregnancy? No, it does not. It is for the same reason that it is not measured during gynaecological tests. The depth does not affect your sexual performance, your ability to birth or your risk of getting infections.
It is proven that an erect penis is 33 per cent longer than the depth of a vagina in an average case. However, because a vagina enlarges during sex due to increased blood flow, it can accommodate the penis. However, if the difference is more, it can lead to discomfort or pain during sex.
We all know that vaginas are stretchy, but it is mucosa to which this stretchiness can be accredited. The mucosa is a type of tissue lining inside the vagina. It is composed of special cells that release the lubricating vaginal fluid.
Penis size and shape are a worry for many people, particularly when it comes to sexual compatibility. However, no single size is right for everyone, and there are important factors for compatibility other than just penis size.
Some people have a narrower vagina than others. A person’s vagina may also be shallow, with a cervix that is closer to the entrance, allowing for less deep penetration. While this may work well for someone with a short penis, with a longer penis, it can make full penetration difficult or painful.
While incompatibilities do happen, penis size is rarely the most significant factor in sexual pleasure. When partners communicate openly and listen to each other’s sexual needs, they can usually overcome any incompatibilities.