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Abnormal period issues / sexual problem

By Anonymous May 20, 2017 - 11:32pm
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I am a 20 year old girl. I am worried about my abnormal periods. But other concerning issues are the sexual problem and pregrnancy issue.
1. Last month, I was active enough but when my boyfriend tried to have romance with me. Just a simple love making.. As far as I know my virginity knot is safe my bf fingered me a little, sucked my private parta but it didn't turned me on. Is it norml to feel that way?
2. Period issue- I could put my half-finger inside the vagina.Does it mean my virginity knot is safe? I never had intercourse in life.All I had was rubbing of penis around my private parts. Before the last time, my boyfriend cmmed around thighs but as far as I remember I had periods after that but this month I didn't got much shedding of blood. All I could experience is little bloods . But its been two weeks of that suffering. Is it norml or is it a sign of pregnancy????

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Dear Anon,

Thank you for your post.

If you have not engaged in sexual intercourse, you are a virgin. It's not about the hymen. Many females who have never engaged in sexual intercourse do not have intact hymens. Some women are born without hymens. As long as you are having your period, even a light one, a change in flow is nothing to be concerned over. If you are engaging in any genital to genital contact, he should be wearing a condom. Accidents can happen. I'm not sure why you are not aroused during your time with your boyfriend. It's a personal thing for women. Maybe try relaxing, touching yourself along with him for more stimulation. Or you might be nervous, fearing pregnancy. Maybe using the condom will ease that fear if that's what it is.


May 21, 2017 - 5:20am
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May 22, 2017 - 10:10am
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