Buzz·Posted on Nov 15, 2020How Much Random Vagina Knowledge Do You Have?How well did you pay attention in health class?by Audrey EngvalsonBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Which body part is immediately above the vagina? The bladder Correct Incorrect The bladder The cervix Correct Incorrect The cervix The fallopian tubes Correct Incorrect The fallopian tubes The ovaries Correct Incorrect The ovaries Correct! Wrong! The cervix! Is it normal to have vaginal discharge? Yes Correct Incorrect Yes No Correct Incorrect No Correct! Wrong! Yep! It's normal to see the texture and quantity of vaginal discharge change throughout the menstrual cycle. Which of the following exercises should someone do to best strengthen their vaginal muscles? Burpees Correct Incorrect Burpees Pelvic floor exercises Correct Incorrect Pelvic floor exercises Squats Correct Incorrect Squats Abdominal crunches Correct Incorrect Abdominal crunches Correct! Wrong! Pelvic floor exercises! According to the UK's National Health Service, pelvic floor exercises can "help urinary incontinence, treat pelvic organ prolapse, and make sex better too." How long is a menstrual cycle? Every 28 days Correct Incorrect Every 28 days Every 30 days Correct Incorrect Every 30 days Every three weeks Correct Incorrect Every three weeks TBH, it can vary Correct Incorrect TBH, it can vary Correct! Wrong! TBH, it can vary! While the average menstrual cycle is every 28 days, that number varies from person to person and may not even be the same from month to month. What does "PMS" stand for? Premenstrual syndrome Correct Incorrect Premenstrual syndrome Post-menstrual symptoms Correct Incorrect Post-menstrual symptoms Period mitigation science Correct Incorrect Period mitigation science Punctual mucus secretion Correct Incorrect Punctual mucus secretion Correct! Wrong! Premenstrual syndrome! Can a tampon get lost inside the vagina? Yes Correct Incorrect Yes No Correct Incorrect No Correct! Wrong! Nope! The only other opening from the vagina is the cervix, which is too small for a tampon to pass through. It's possible that the string could end up in the body, but tampons can usually be felt with fingers and taken out. Which of the following is an effective form of birth control? Condoms Correct Incorrect Condoms Cervical caps Correct Incorrect Cervical caps IUDs Correct Incorrect IUDs All of the above Correct Incorrect All of the above None of the above Correct Incorrect None of the above Correct! Wrong! All of the above! Condoms, cervical caps, and IUDs can all be effective forms of birth control when used safely and correctly. Does a hymen always "break open" during the first instance of penetrative sex? Yes Correct Incorrect Yes No Correct Incorrect No Correct! Wrong! No! The hymen is a thin tissue around the opening of the vagina that typically has a hole in it for period blood to pass through or for inserting a tampon. It's different from person to person, though. Some people can have very little hymen tissue when it seems like they don't have a hymen at all. Not to mention, the hole can expand and stretch through various activities like exercise, riding a bike, or even putting something in the vagina like a finger or a sex toy. Which of the following is best to clean the outside area of the vagina? Perfumed soap Correct Incorrect Perfumed soap Plain soap Correct Incorrect Plain soap Antiseptic Correct Incorrect Antiseptic Shower gel Correct Incorrect Shower gel Correct! Wrong! Plain soap! Try to avoid using perfumed soaps, antiseptics, and shower gels. Use plain soap and warm water to gently clean the outer area of the vagina daily. The inside of the vagina will clean itself naturally through discharge. Finally, the lips and folds outside the vaginal opening are known as the: Urethra Correct Incorrect Urethra Clitoris Correct Incorrect Clitoris Labia Correct Incorrect Labia Anus Correct Incorrect Anus Correct! Wrong! The labia!