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The hymen guards the introitus of the vagina  (vaginal entrance) and while its external side belongs to the vaginal vestibule, the structures of the vestibule must be discussed here as well, because they are the number one concern on genital self examination and a common reason of confusion among medical professionals leading to unjustified, costly and harmful interventions.

Female genital enhancers, naturally enhance conjugal satisfaction
Female genital enhancers: finger-like projections, aka hirsuties papillaris genitalis vestibuli vaginae seen through a hymenoscope, 5x magnification a normal anatomic variant, no need to remove, as possibly they will enhance the sexual pleasure of the future husband
Female genital enhancers: finger-like projections, aka hirsuties papillaris genitalis vestibuli vaginae seen through a hymenoscope, 5x magnification; a normal anatomic variant, no need to remove, as possibly they will enhance the sexual pleasure of the future husband. According to dr Halat's proposal these natural projections should be known as female genital enhancers and not termed in bad Latin names calling for differential diagnosis with sexually transmitted HPV diseases .


Sallie Neill Fiona Lewis Ridleys The Vulva


Sebaceous papules and vestibular papillomatosis
are normal anatomical variants

"The whole of the inner surface of the labia minora can be covered with small sebaceous papules. These are often referred to as Fordyce spots, but the true definition of Fordyce spots is ectopic sebaceous glands, as found on the buccal mucosa. On the vulva, they are not ectopic but at an expected site. They are very prominent in some women but can be seen more clearly if the labia are stretched.
(...)Vestibular papillomatosis is the term used to describe the common finding of a myriad of tiny filamentous projections of the epithelium lining the vestibule and the inner parts of the labia minora. They have had various names; for example, 'vestibular papillae, hirsuties papillaris vulvae, vulvar squamous papillomatosis labialis, hirsutoid papilloma of the vulva and pseudocondylomas. It is believed that vestibular papillomatosis is the female equivalent of the tiny symmetrical projections found around the coronal sulcus known as penile pearly papules or hirsutoid papules of the penis. Originally it was thought that the lesions were induced by the human papillomavirus (HPV), but there is now good evidence to the contrary (Bergeron et al. 1990, Moyal-Borracco et al. 1990). Clinically they can be distinguished from viral warts as they are symmetrically distributed in an orderly fashion with each papilla arising from a a solitary base and of the same colour as the rest of the vestibular epithelium. The histological features include papillomatosis, acanthosis and occasionally parakeratosis.
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Sallie Neill Fiona Lewis Ridleys The Vulva page 39 vestibular papillomatosis
vestibular papillomatosis
S Neill, F Lewis: Ridley's The Vulva,
 page 39   

Caution!
Vestibular papillae "are found distal to the hymenal ring, and can form a fimbriated fringe" (Blaustein) and should not be confused with hymenal fimbriae. A solitary vestibular papilla may be seen at the edge of  the hymen.

vestibular papillomae are normal

in the time period between menarche and menopause
frequencies of occurrence differ considerably from 1% to more than 50%
due to variety of interrelated genetic and environmental factors
influencing the reproductive system development.

Vestibular papillomatosis
is not a disease; no es una enfermedad; n'est pas une maladie, não é uma doença; to nie choroba;  non è una malattia; это не болезнь; ist keine Krankheit; siyo ugonjwa; bukan satu penyakit; कोई बीमारी नहीं है; ay hindi isang sakit; không phải là một căn bệnh; 不是一种疾病; ایک بیماری نہیں ہے؛    ليس مرضا
یک بیماری نیست؛ לא היא מחלה;  질병은 아니다; ບໍ່ແມ່ນພະຍາດ; დაავადება არ არის; akusosifo; hachisi chirwere; bir hastalık değildir; är inte en sjukdom; δεν είναι μια ασθένεια; nem betegség; nu este o boală; це не хвороба; tsy ny aretina; ba da wata cũta; ոչ թե հիվանդություն է; bir xəstəlik deyil; гэта не хвароба; e le o se maʻi; ko te kore he mate; yra ne liga; ауру емес; e ji nexweşî ne

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