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Bleed after period/sex

By August 13, 2016 - 3:10pm
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My GF just finished her period. And about two days after her period we had anal sex/oral sex. I didnt penetrate in her vagina though. Just some minor fingering (pardon me). And one day later, she noticed a couple of brownish spot on her underwear and now she freaked out that she lost her virginity. But what is the real problem here? Anyone care to explain? Thanks to the people who would reply...

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
The idea of loosing one's virginity does not refer to an anatomical change. In other words, vaginal bleeding does not have anything to do with loosing virginity. Bleeding can occur the first time a girl has vaginal intercourse, but does not occur to everyone.
Physical change after the first time a girl has intercourse only occurs on the rare occasion that the hymen is still partially covering the vagina. Even when a girl's hymen does partially cover her vagina it usually opens with age and using tampons can also loosen the hymen. Thus, virginity does not refer to a physical change.
Virginity is the idea of being sexually pure, or not being touched sexually.
The spotting she is experiencing is simply the aftermath of her period. It is not related to her sexually activity.

There is a myth that a doctor can tell whether or not a girl is a virgin. This is not possible because there is not one common physical change that occurs to every girl after the first time.

I hope that helps.

August 13, 2016 - 9:08pm
(reply to fchacon)

Other from the aftermath of period, any other symptoms? Like early signing of pregnancy or internal bleed from the anus? Because thats her first time having anal sex.

August 14, 2016 - 8:29am
(reply to fchacon)

Thanks for the comment. So the spotting is all just the aftermath of her period and nothing else?

August 14, 2016 - 12:29am
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