Either the small labia (labia minora) or large labia (vulva, labia majora) may be the site of a congenital or acquired deformity (post childbirth, for example). This results in some aesthetic, but also some functional, inconvenience. Hence, wearing certain clothing, engaging in sport and sexual activity can all be affected. The existence of enlarged labia minora (nymphs) can be considered to exist whenever they are exposed outside the aperture normally closed by the vulva.
Sometimes it is the labia themselves that are too thick or bulky, with excess fat or skin. Here, the functional gene may be rare, but the aesthetic gene is very real. To correct the vaginal opening or reconstruct the hymen, you are advised to consult a gynaecologist specializing in diseases of the perineum.