smooth muscle, covered by a fold of skin. The outer portion has numerous hairs, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands; the inner portion is thin and hairless. It extends from the mons pubis anteriorly to the perineum (the region between the vaginal orifice and the anus). The mons pubis is the pad of fatty tissue beneath the skin, which overlies the symphysis pubis.
These are two smaller folds of skin within the labia majora. It extends from the clitoris to either side of the vaginal orifice.
It is a small projecting tissue at the upper (anterior) end of the vulva between the labia minora. It is richly endowed with sensory nerves that are associated with the feeling of pleasure during sexual stimulation. It is important to inspect this tissue in detail for any abnormality would indicate that the woman may not be able to conceive.
This is the area enclosed by the labia minora, which includes the vaginal and urethral openings. It contains a pair of glands, commonly known as the Bartholin’s glands. The ducts of these glands secrete fluid that moistens and lubricates the vestibule.
b. Internal organs
This include a pair of Ovaries, a pair of Fallopian Tubes, the Uterus (Womb), and the Vagina.