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After Menopause

The labia of women who have had a child sometimes show the response a little more strongly than the labia of women who have not given birth, turning a deep wine or amber color compared to the bright red pre-birth color.

After menopause, the labia majora thin out and lose most of the fatty tissue that gave them shape, and they no longer swell and flatten out to the extent they did before menopause.


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