Do Some Women Have Teeth Inside Of Their Vaginas?

Is it true that there have been cases of women who had teeth growing inside their vaginas, and that these was discovered during gynecological exams?

If so, what is the cause of this phenomenon? Do they have just one or two teeth or is it a fully-developed set??


Is it true that some people ask inane questions ?

Whatever the bowels of medical history may reveal, I’ll be damned if any woman ever grew a full set of gnashers inside her, eh, gnasher.

Don’t ask silly questions.

I don’t know about in the vagina, but dermoid tumors or teratomas are fairly common, which have been known to include teeth. Those form on the ovaries, not in the vagina, though. I had one that included two teeth, sweat glands, and hair which claimed my right ovary when I was 22. They are very rarely cancerous. As my doctor explained it to me, being in that area, the tumors have the blueprints to do just about anything. They are not babies gone wrong, do not resemble babies at all as they are just kind of a lump like any other tumor, and have been discussed several times on this board. You can also google either of those terms I gave you for pictures and such.

It’s true! Cause mama don’t lie. She said don’t stick anything up there or it might just get bit off.

So, like, unfertilized eggs go tumorous and start spawning all sorts of people pieces? Freakish! That’s almost as weird as human chimeras!

Back to the OP: If you’re feeling teeth, you stuck in the wrong end. That may mean two things:

  1. You need new glasses
  2. She so ugly you can’t tell the difference, in which case RUN!

Ah, the age-old Vagine Dentata!

(Vagina Dentata!
What a *wonderful phrase
Vagina Dentate
Ain’t no passing craze

It means lotsa worries
For the rest of your days
It’s sex phobia
That sticks to ya

Vagina Dentata!)

Maybe this is part of that “Elaborate Sexual Intercourse” referred to in the thread currently below yhis one?

The OP is far from inane IMHO. Vagina dentata is part of manyy cultures’ folklore. There are also “real” cases.



When I added the word ‘dermoid’ to my Google search, per Thinks2Much’s suggestion, I was able to find confirmation of vaginal teeth from Dr. Dean Edell

I’ll tell you a funny story. People think I’m making this up. There is a case in a medical journal, I have it in my files, of a gynecologist who actually was doing a Pap-smear on a woman and he saw teeth looking back at him. That’s not a place in the body you expect to see teeth, despite all the jokes. This woman had a dermoid, which can also occur in the pelvic region. It had teeth in it and it had erupted next to her cervix.

It’s true! Here’s a horrifying tale about one such incident.

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Hey, Surreal!

Wanna buy some gen-u-wine Yeti fur slippers?

Oh, there are people who’ll tell you that they’re rabbit fur slippers.

That’s what They want you to believe. THEM! THAT’S WHO!

But you just send me 50,000,000 Outer Slobbovian Pazzoozzas (cash only, no checks), and I’ll send you these fine Yeti fur slippers.


DEAL! :cool: :smiley:

Sounds like either a band , or a Frank Zappa song


You need to hang out with some more medical students or doctors, then. It’s absolutely amazing what bizarre and utterly disgusting stuff the body is capable of. I got a full run-down on tumors and the body parts and organs they can generate. Teeth in the vagina is utterly plausible. I’m actually surprised that there’s aren’t many more documented cases.

We should not overlook the possibility that teeth found in a vagina might have been left behind by someone else.

Like who, Grampa?

BTW, here’s a real case (sorry, can’t link to full text)

Exactly what I was thinking of! :smiley:

Sex with a real bite to it! :smack:

but Mom, we weren’t doing anything dirty-I was just helping Suzy floss… :stuck_out_tongue:

This thread reminds me of the punchline to one of my favorite jokes:

Musta been eyeteeth.

The Master speaketh. He doesn’t address teratoma-induced vagina dentata specifically, but what he does say about it doesn’t leaves the conclusion close enough to jump to.