Normal labia minoras are two thin folds of skin that extend from the clitoris backward on either sides of the vaginal orifice. On the outside they are divided into upper and lower division, which pass on the upper and lower sides of the clitoris respectively. The upper part meets at the end to form the preputium clitoridis, and the lower part meets to form the frenulum of the clitoris.
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what does a normal labium minora look like
The labia minora (singular: labium minus), also known as the inner labia, inner lips, vaginal lips, or nymphae, are two flaps of skin on either side of the human vaginal opening, situated between the...