Self-Exam: Vulva and Vagina - Our Bodies Ourselves - Anatomy shape vagina
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During this state, a cross-section of the vaginal canal (the vaginal lumen) can resemble an “H” or a “W” shape, as the walls flatten against. It extends from the vulva externally to the uterine cervix internally and is located within the pelvis, anterior to the rectum and posterior to the urinary bladder. The sphincter urethrae and the transverse perineus muscles, perineal membrane, and pelvic diaphragm support the.