I was 12 years old when I lost my virginity. There was no blood, no pain. I was an active tomboy type girl, but that said, there was never a time when there was even spotting before I lost my virginity. So im pretty sure the hymen didnt break before my first time. Im 35 now, and it just occured to me that I didnt bleed, and now its really bothering me. Everything Ive read gives some explination as to why there would be no bleeding. Nothing so far has explained my situation. If the hymen breaks, there is blood. Since there was never blood till I started my first period, which didnt happen until after I lost my virginity, im no confused. If anyone could even begin to try to explain this, I would be most grateful, as the alternative reasons would be most horrifying. Thank you, Danistarshine
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