DermNet provides Google Translate, a free machine translation service. Note that this may not provide an exact translation in all languages. The posterior fourchette is a fork-shaped fold of skin at the bottom of the entrance to the vagina. The posterior fourchette is a thin tissue designed to stretch. However, it sometimes fails to stretch properly, and instead splits. This is a cause of recurrent vulval pain.
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Female Genital Problems and Injuries
Vaginal tears: what causes them and how to treat them
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How to Avoid Vaginal Cuts
Most women experience minor vaginal problems from time to time. These problems can be related to menstrual cycles, sex, infection, birth control methods, aging, medicines, or changes after pregnancy. A change in your normal vaginal discharge may be the first sign of a vaginal problem.
Of all the places to get a cut, this is probably last on your list. They can occur for a number of reasons, and are mostly nothing to worry about. Because a happy vagina is a basic right. Essentially, it comes down to lubrication - the holy grail of vaginal interaction. Like Dr Beski says, it's all about avoiding trauma.