i had sex with my boyfriend yesterday and i felt his penis entering my vagina ...
i wanna know how much should it get into till i lose my hymen besides i saw a small spot of blood but i can't figure out if i lost my virginity or it is period because am on oral contraceptives (i have polycystic ovaries problem)
If your boyfriend put his penis inside you then your hymen will be broken...its located at the entrance of the vagina....some women do bleed when they first have sex because the hymen is tissue so when it breaks there can be a little.
When your boyfriend entered you, you lost your virginity -- plain and simple. Whether something inside of you "broke" or not, it's all the same. The second his penis went in you, that was you giving up your "vcard"
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