Problems about genital region may be congenital, developmental and post-gestational. Ever if sexism and genital problems are not discussed freely today, the importance of problem can't be disregarded.Extraordinary situation in this region may become a trouble of an individual which affects psychology and sex life of that individual and can't be shared with another person. As sexual intercourse is experienced by two individuals, it is not possible for other individual not to be affected by this trouble.
Woman's external genital organs are made up of bonny part under abdomen called as mons pubis, labia majora (outer lips), labia minora (inner lips), clitoris (anterior junction of labia minora) and virginal membrane known as hymen. Problems about genital region can be reviewed in three parts as congenital, developmental and post-gestational.Congenital problems may occur as external and correlatively internal organ abnormalities, non development, over development or abnormal development. This problem may be determined in delivery or arise with menstrual problems in adolescence period.Developmental problems are related to over or less development process of genital anatomy being very normal previously with hormonal effects. This situation affects directly the psychology of the individual in adolescence period.Hormonal effects increasing in gestational period, disappearance of hormonal effects during and after delivery, birth trauma or surgical intervention called as episiotomy result in undesired appearances in genital region. Furthermore commonly observed cases are elasticity loss and sagging in this area.