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Vanilla Cupcake
January 8th, 2016, 07:30 PM
I'm just wondering when the Vagina is all done growing?
Is there a certain age?
Will the hole open up more, or will it do that when I have sex?
Does the clit grow more too, or will it always just be little?
I've seen some real giant ones on the internet that look like a penis, is that common?
How do you know if your vagina is fully grown? :confused:

SnotSlime
January 9th, 2016, 01:59 AM
I'm just wondering when the Vagina is all done growing?
Is there a certain age?
Will the hole open up more, or will it do that when I have sex?
Does the clit grow more too, or will it always just be little?
I've seen some real giant ones on the internet that look like a penis, is that common?
How do you know if your vagina is fully grown? :confused:
You'll continue to develop about two to three years after your first period, though it really depends on how late you started puberty. So, there is no certain age, but your vagina won't grow drastically in size.

Also, your opening will be wider when you are aroused (so if a guy says "you're so tight" then that's not good!) but your vagina will be a little looser after you lose your virginity.

And lastly, no, your clitoris won't grow any bigger; women who have long ones were just born that way. Hope I helped!

LITTLEANGEL17
January 9th, 2016, 09:53 AM
I would agree with Mari from stuff I have read. As for clit size everyone is different never go by what is on porn sites, mine is bigger than my friends but the size don't bother me and its the same for them.

sweettayla
January 9th, 2016, 10:02 AM
Your vagina is fully grown when you're fully grown so about 19 - 20 years old. Your opening will grow as you grow and l think may get a little wider when you've had sex. Your clit may get a little bigger but don't take to much notice of what you see on the internet.

Vanilla Cupcake
January 9th, 2016, 12:58 PM
You'll continue to develop about two to three years after your first period, though it really depends on how late you started puberty. So, there is no certain age, but your vagina won't grow drastically in size.

Also, your opening will be wider when you are aroused (so if a guy says "you're so tight" then that's not good!) but your vagina will be a little looser after you lose your virginity.

And lastly, no, your clitoris won't grow any bigger; women who have long ones were just born that way. Hope I helped!

Thankyou for answering my post. I don't seem to find the answers when I google. It's a hit n miss.

One more question. So are you saying that the guy won't be able to get it in if its too tight? Does this hurt him?

Your vagina is fully grown when you're fully grown so about 19 - 20 years old. Your opening will grow as you grow and l think may get a little wider when you've had sex. Your clit may get a little bigger but don't take to much notice of what you see on the internet.

Thanks sweettayla, I think your right, the Internet is misleading.

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SnotSlime
January 10th, 2016, 02:19 AM
No, a guy will be able to get in (and it won't hurt him either)! It may cause some discomfort on your end though, so it's important to practice foreplay so that you'll be comfortable!

Uniquemind
January 10th, 2016, 03:50 AM
It varies so much because development is controlled by two factors:

1. Genetics

2. Nutrition

Assuming you have adequate and balanced nutrition, most of the development is done between the ages of 16-19, with a few outliers going into 20-21 territory for late development, and 12-14 for early bloomers.

As was stated above usually one sees their doctor for either of the extremes as it might indicate other health problems with the endocrine system (glands & reproductive organs).

Nature probably made it this way because in ancient times it was very common to be married off, have sex, and actually already given birth to a few kids during the teenage years.

Those whose bodies couldn't handle sex or childbirth probably had medical complications resulting in death, natural selection at work and all. Those who survived had daughters more able to survive their own childbearing motherhood role.

My grandma had delayed puberty because she was starved due to WW2, so she had late development and probably stunted growth height wise too.

So when puberty first starts for you as an individual that's when the development clock starts and I'd guess 2-3 years is all it really takes.

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A lot of us in modern day use vibrators or dildos equal too or similar in size to an average penis size, so if you can handle one of those when relaxed, aroused, mentally and physically, then theoretically you should have no problem with a male partner.

That being said if a guy's thing is 7+ and thick, then yeah that might be a problem.

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It should be restated though that the main reason sex is frowned upon for teens younger than the age of consent has to do with mental development, less so for physical development.

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To put things in perspective too, I raised this same question with my mom a few years ago, and she told me she had a coworker who told her she was already carrying the "curvy woman body type" since she was 12, and then she stopped growing, but it made it extremely awkward because men would hit on her in public regardless if her parents were right there or not, but she stopped developing. Within 2 years she went from a girls body at 10, to a full grown adult's at 12, but still with a child's mind.

So yeah puberty development is weird and it's different and more crazier than others.

tulolita2015
January 11th, 2016, 08:09 AM
I think every girl is different, but girls start puberty early than boys as i know. So thats why you can see girls of 11 and 12 years old pregnant sometimes younger and most of the times gave birth fine. I am not saying is right. But I think girls genitalia grows faster than other parts of the body.

Vanilla Cupcake
January 12th, 2016, 10:30 AM
It varies so much because development is controlled by two factors:

1. Genetics

2. Nutrition

Assuming you have adequate and balanced nutrition, most of the development is done between the ages of 16-19, with a few outliers going into 20-21 territory for late development, and 12-14 for early bloomers.

As was stated above usually one sees their doctor for either of the extremes as it might indicate other health problems with the endocrine system (glands & reproductive organs).

Nature probably made it this way because in ancient times it was very common to be married off, have sex, and actually already given birth to a few kids during the teenage years.

Those whose bodies couldn't handle sex or childbirth probably had medical complications resulting in death, natural selection at work and all. Those who survived had daughters more able to survive their own childbearing motherhood role.

My grandma had delayed puberty because she was starved due to WW2, so she had late development and probably stunted growth height wise too.

So when puberty first starts for you as an individual that's when the development clock starts and I'd guess 2-3 years is all it really takes.

---

A lot of us in modern day use vibrators or dildos equal too or similar in size to an average penis size, so if you can handle one of those when relaxed, aroused, mentally and physically, then theoretically you should have no problem with a male partner.

That being said if a guy's thing is 7+ and thick, then yeah that might be a problem.

---

It should be restated though that the main reason sex is frowned upon for teens younger than the age of consent has to do with mental development, less so for physical development.

---

To put things in perspective too, I raised this same question with my mom a few years ago, and she told me she had a coworker who told her she was already carrying the "curvy woman body type" since she was 12, and then she stopped growing, but it made it extremely awkward because men would hit on her in public regardless if her parents were right there or not, but she stopped developing. Within 2 years she went from a girls body at 10, to a full grown adult's at 12, but still with a child's mind.

So yeah puberty development is weird and it's different and more crazier than others.

Thanks Unique mind, you always have the best info! Your so great with your posts! :)

Vanilla Cupcake
January 12th, 2016, 10:32 AM
I think every girl is different, but girls start puberty early than boys as i know. So thats why you can see girls of 11 and 12 years old pregnant sometimes younger and most of the times gave birth fine. I am not saying is right. But I think girls genitalia grows faster than other parts of the body.

Isn't that crazy! I cannot imagine having a baby come out of that small space, especially at 12 OMG! :eek:

angelina
January 12th, 2016, 11:57 AM
I've seen some real giant ones on the internet that look like a penis, is that common?
How do you know if your vagina is fully grown? :confused:
This I do not know, but i have seen a clit to the size of a big pea and its big hood in my friend's down there.

Vanilla Cupcake
January 12th, 2016, 03:30 PM
This I do not know, but i have seen a clit to the size of a big pea and its big hood in my friend's down there.

Google it, it's quite something!

Uniquemind
January 13th, 2016, 03:41 PM
Isn't that crazy! I cannot imagine having a baby come out of that small space, especially at 12 OMG! :eek:

C-sections exist for a reason. Even grown women have to have them sometimes.

(You know what C-sections are right?)

The youngest female human mother was 5 year old Lina Medina. Her situation was suspected incest but regardless she had a C-section and successfully gave birth to a healthy baby boy who was raised along side her as her brother.

I remember watching some documentary about pregnancy happening too early before a girl is ready physically and the problems that causes especially in some very poor nations where human trafficking and sex slavery is high. There's a lot of pressure put on the spine and also on the diaphragm, bladder, spleen and ribs.

You don't want to get pregnant super young if you can help it, nature did in my opinion make some errors.

Also processed foods are suspected to have been the cause of precocious puberty, where pediatricians were seeing super young girls start puberty at like 4-8, which even by girls standards is way to early to be normal. So they would ovulate, but the rest of their body isn't ready.

So diet also impacts onset of puberty too.

So keep these medical cases and scenarios in mind too.

Vanilla Cupcake
January 13th, 2016, 07:34 PM
C-sections exist for a reason. Even grown women have to have them sometimes.

(You know what C-sections are right?)

The youngest female human mother was 5 year old Lina Medina. Her situation was suspected incest but regardless she had a C-section and successfully gave birth to a healthy baby boy who was raised along side her as her brother.

I remember watching some documentary about pregnancy happening too early before a girl is ready physically and the problems that causes especially in some very poor nations where human trafficking and sex slavery is high. There's a lot of pressure put on the spine and also on the diaphragm, bladder, spleen and ribs.

You don't want to get pregnant super young if you can help it, nature did in my opinion make some errors.

Also processed foods are suspected to have been the cause of precocious puberty, where pediatricians were seeing super young girls start puberty at like 4-8, which even by girls standards is way to early to be normal. So they would ovulate, but the rest of their body isn't ready.

So diet also impacts onset of puberty too.

So keep these medical cases and scenarios in mind too.

That is just so sad, 5 yrs old wow, I can't even picture it.
As for the food and puberty, that's very interesting, thanks for sharing that!