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According to www.cancerscreening.gov.au if you are over 18 and have ever had sex, you should have regular pap smears, even if you no longer have sex. This includes male to female, and female to female sex, and means penetrative and oral sex (vaginal and anal), fingering and mutual masturbation - essentially any skin-to-skin sexual contact.
There is no need to have pap smears earlier than 18, even if you started having sex earlier.
I don’t know about the legalities of administering the test to people younger than 18, and that would vary from place to place. Regardless the advice is to only start at 18 anyway if you’re sexually active.
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Hi, I’m not sure whether you’re concerned about your labial size or colour - both of which sound perfectly normal. There’s huge diversity in labial appearance. Sizes range from pretty much nothing, to over 15cm / 6” in width. Colours can be anywhere from pink, brown, purple, blue, grey or black, and any blend and shade in between. Lots of people have darker outer edges of the labia minora. Lots have more than one colour. Most people’s labia are darker than the rest of their skin. And typically people from races with darker skin tend to have darker labia.
Don’t worry about what guys think. It’s a fact that pretty much all guys love pretty much every vulva. Worrying what guys think about is a non-issue. When you’re older and do get naked with guys they will be thrilled.
Masturbation, by the way, is a very good thing. It’s been stigmatised forever, but the reality is that most people do it, and it’s a really important way to get to know your body, your sexual response, what feels good, and how to have an orgasm. If you don’t know how to pleasure yourself and hopefully achieve orgasm, then you can’t expect a sexual partner to know. People who have vulvas need to learn how to orgasm and practising through masturbation is the key to that. Don’t ever feel bad about getting to understand and enjoy your own body.
It’s just a check up, and you shouldn’t have to specify what you’re there for when booking it in. If the doctor who sees you wants an opinion from a dermatologist for example, that would come later.
While it’s embarrassing for you, to the doctor your body and your concerns are no different to the hundreds or thousands of others they’ve seen before. Seen one, seen them all. While a good doctor will be compassionate remember that they really don’t “care” anywhere near as much as you do. Consider them a mechanic for bodies. She won’t judge; she’ll just do her job.
Again it’s probably nothing, but I really couldn’t say and I’m not medically qualified to offer an opinion. While you’re getting the spot on your vulva looked at by a doctor ask her to look at your breast as well.
You’re welcome. Keep on the waitiing list, unless you can see a doctor somehow sooner (via your dad). If it’s noticeably growing or changing then it’s worth getting checked out. It’s probably nothing to worry about but it’s best to be sure. Good luck!
1. Yes totally normal for labia to be large enough to be able to do that. Don’t worry, they’re normal.
2. All vulvas and vaginas are supposed to have a smell. If it’s a very unpleasant smell though, especially if there’s smelly vaginal discharge, then you could have an infection, like thrush or possibly an STI. If so, it’s best to see a doctor.
Also, when bathing, you shouldn’t use soaps or cleansers to wash your vulva, and NEVER inside your vagina. Make sure to wash (I’d strongly recommend daily for good hygiene) but only use water to wash your vulva. Don’t use sprays, douches etc. It will badly alter the natural PH and bacterial balance that exists inside your vagina.
Don’t jump to conclusions and think the worst. It’s probably something totally benign. If they look like moles or freckles then chances are they are moles or freckles. You can get them without sun exposure. It could also be other forms of skin pigmentation that aren’t a problem at all. But of course as you’re really worried then do keep pushing your dad until you can see a doctor. If nothing else it’s good to have a check up.
And are you able to see your doctor by yourself? That might be dependent on where you live and the rules surrounding that.