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WebMD's Vagina Anatomy Page provides an image and definition of the vagina and describes its function, parts, and conditions that affect the.

The vagina connects the vulva to the cervix. The vagina changes: during sex, throughout the menstrual cycle, and with age and different life stages. This includes the glans clitoris, labia minora and majora, opening of the urethra and vagina (the introitus), and the surrounding.

The vulva is the part of your genitals on the outside of your body — your labia, clitoris, vaginal opening, and the opening to the urethra (the hole you pee out of). While vaginas are just one part of the vulva, many people say “vagina” when they really mean the vulva.