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Bleeding 3 days after having sex for the first time
This is embarrassing but here we go..
I'm a 24 year old female, 3 days ago myself and my partner decided to have sex for the first time.
I never had sex ever before, yes i have fingered myself before but never ever blead!!
We had sex first 2 days, missionary style, but the weird this is that i didn't bleed, We assumed that this was because of me fingering myself when i was 17.
3rd day, doggy style, i bleed!! I'm pretty sure that this was cz i broke my hymen and now i am not a virgin anymore.
We r so lost and confused, why did it break later? Why didnt i bleed from the very first time? :s
Everyone is different. Some hymens bleed profusely when broken; others don't bleed at all.
By the time we reach puberty, our hymen has already begun to wear away. If it didn't, it would impossible for our menstrual blood to exit the body. A lot of women break their hymens through nonsexual means. This could include tampon insertion, horse or bicycle riding, dancing, gymnastics and other strenuous exercises. And yes, some women's hymens tear during the first time they have sexual penetration (that includes by penis, fingers, toys, etc.).
However, there may be some residual tissue that only tears when something larger than a finger (like, say, a penis) arrives on the scene, and it's also possible that different positions afforded your partner's penis the opportunity to wear away that last bit of tissue. It sounds as though this is what happened to you.
However, this is all conjecture on my part. Obviously, if you are in pain or you continue to have bleeding, you should see your gynecologist ASAP, because these are signs of infection or some other condition which needs medical attention. Dr. J
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