I am a virgin, however I think have managed to break my hymen. I own a dlido made from glass, which I have ahd for sometime. But recently I have been masterbating (masturbating) much more frequently and have been much rougher with myself.
Now I am quite sore, lol. But, no where inside the actual vagina... it is specifically the hymen that hurts me if I touch it. I was wondering if it is possible that I have broken it or torn it slightly? It is fine if I leave it alone, but it sort of burns/aches if I touch it. So have I done damage (haha) or am I just sore?
Not worried, but very curious! Thank you for answers/thoughts!
I agree that you would've broken your hymen some time ago. Even using tampons can do this and the old one of horse riding and definitely using a dildo - a dildo really is an artificial penis and everyone knows that a penis will do the trick! These days having a broken hymen doesn't mean you're not a virgin. :) With the pain, you may have torn a little more of what was left of you hymen, so keep it clean and apply an antiseptic cream until it heals.
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