Dear doc, I am 27 and I experienced bleeding after extensive workout 3 years back... Now I'm married and I didn't bleed while having intercourse with my husband... Did my hymen broke n I'm not supposed to bleed after intercourse...?
It's perfectly possible to break your hymen during high impact sports or other athletic activities. Most women also only have a partial hymen to begin with, meaning that it doesn't completely cover the vaginal opening. Plenty of women don't bleed the first time they have sex, and even if you are tight, bleeding is often a sign that the guy is being too forceful/going too fast and not using enough lube. Even if you did bleed the first time, you definitely shouldn't be bleeding on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. times.
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