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i am a 20 years old virgin girl.i know that i have intact hymen( i mean, my hymen is not broken yet. ).i already know that hymen may break during non-sexual activities like using tampoon, fingering, falling down , exercise or bike riding.i want to ask question about breaking hymen during FIRST TIME SEX or after FIRST FEW intercourses.
MY QUESTION--if a virgin girl has intact hymen and her hymen is not broken yet in non-sexual activities,
(1) DOES HER HYMEN ALWAYS BREAK & BLEED IN FIRST TIME SEX ?
(2)OR CAN HER HYMEN SURVIVE IN FIRST TIME SEX AND CAN HER HYMEN BREAK & BLEED , LATER ON, ANYTIME, AFTER FIRST FEW INTERCOURSES ?
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. But yes, some women's hymens tear during the first time they have sexual penetration (that includes by penis, fingers, toys, etc.).
Some women have really thick hymens that are resistant to tearing. This can be a problem if they want to use a tampon or if they are having trouble having sexual intercourse. If this is the case for you, you can see your gynecologist, and s/he can perform a quick hymenotomy (this involves the hymen a quick, surgical snip). Dr. J
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