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A perineal tear is a laceration of the skin and other soft tissue structures which, in women, separate the vagina from the anus. Perineal tears mainly occur in women as a result of vaginal childbirth , which strains the perineum. It the most common form of obstetric injury. The majority are superficial and may require no treatment, but severe tears can cause significant bleeding, long-term pain or dysfunction. A perineal tear is distinct from an episiotomy , in which the perineum is intentionally incised to facilitate delivery.
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What you should know about vaginal micro-tears

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Perineal tear - Wikipedia

There are so many parts and structures that make up the female sexual and reproductive anatomy, so you get a pass if you aren't deeply familiar with each and every one. No, what you see on the outside is NOT your vagina. Despite popular use, vagina isn't a general word for the entire swath of bodily real estate below your hips and above your thighs. Vulva is the general term for the external parts of the female sexual anatomy. The vagina itself is a tube that connects the vulva to the cervix and uterus, and serves as the birth canal during labor and is where menstrual blood flows from during a period. The only part of the vagina you can actually see externally is the vaginal opening. The opening is the hole of which you have three, counting the opening of the urethra and the anus that you can see on the vulva, and is how you insert everything from tampons and menstrual cups to fingers and penises.
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Yes, It's Possible To Tear Your Labia—And It's More Common Than You'd Think

A vaginal tear laceration is a wound in the tissues of the vagina. It can be caused by damage during sex. Putting a foreign object into the vagina may also cause a tear.
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Vaginal tears during childbirth, also called perineal lacerations or tears, occur when the baby's head is coming through the vaginal opening and is either too large for the vagina to stretch around or the head is a normal size but the vagina doesn't stretch easily. These kinds of tears are relatively common. Tears that involve only the skin around the vagina typically heal on their own within a few weeks. Some tears are more extensive and require treatment. Your health care provider will carefully examine you after delivery to identify and repair any injuries.
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