A vaginal self-examination is a way for a woman to look at her
vagina. You should tell your doctor about any problems
The vulva does not have sores or other growths, such as
The vaginal walls are reddish pink and have folds or
ridges. No sores or growths are present.
Normal discharge is clear and thin or white and creamy. The
discharge does not have a bad odor, is not bloody, and does not look like curds
Sores or rough, raised spots on the skin (such as genital
warts) may be present. Redness and itching of the labia may mean an irritation
(from feminine products or sexual activity) or infection (such as
genital herpes or another
sexually transmitted disease) is present.