The survey results comes just days after an Australian-led study published in the British Medical Journal showed that teen girls as young as 15 are consulting GPs about genital cosmetic surgery, reflecting an increasing concern that their genitals don’t look “normal”.

The University of Melbourne’s Dr. Magdalena Simonis was lead author in the world-first study and told The Guardian she believed perceptions of beauty, online pornography, fashion and Brazilian waxing all played a major role in young women’s dissatisfaction with their bodies.

After interviewing 442 Australian GPs, the study found 97 percent of GPs had been asked about “genital normality” while 54 percent had seen female patients about genital cosmetic surgery.