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is it normal for a lady to be disvirgined without blood

By Anonymous July 22, 2014 - 8:36pm
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Hellooo..I'm a 23 years old lady.just had sex for the first time a week ago but have been really worried ever since because there was no sign of being disvirgined and it wasn't to hard going in.And dat was my very first.i am really confused and wish I can understand my body by knowing the possible reasons for it.thanks a million, desperately anticipating your reply

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I didn't have a "cherry pop" and neither have a lot of women I know. The hymen does not fully stretch across the interior of your vagina. It's more of a ring, or doughnut-shaped. Exercise, fingering for gentle stretching before you first have sex, or even just the position can help avoid tearing...which is really actually a good thing...your cherry does not need to be "popped." If you don't have sex for a while it can start to come back or even if you try a new position you could hit it from an angle that it's not used to and you can experience bleeding long after you've lost your virginity.

October 10, 2014 - 7:51pm
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Hi Anon,

Thank you for your question. Not all women will experience the same symptoms when having intercourse for the first time. Some women are born without a hymen(the thin cover to the vaginal opening) or loses it through exercise. Hope this information has helped. 



July 24, 2014 - 4:25am
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