I am 15 years old and I lost my virginity 2 days ago. We had sex twice within the hour right after sex I went into the bathroom to go pee and there was no blood. The next day I started spotting. I am supposed to start my period soon (it kind of jumps around) So is the spotting normal after losing your virginity? And will I start my period soon like normal? I'm kind of scared.
When people have sex for the first time, the girl bleeds. This happened to me as well and it was uncomfortable to walk, however, it wasn't a lot. You should be able to tell whether or not it's your period or something else. If it was just bleeding, then it would be smooth. If it's your period, it may explain the cramps and the blood would be much thicker than regular bleeding. If you really are concerned and think it's not your period, you should really go have a doctor check it out. Maybe you should wait a few days to see if it stops.
Fifteen is rather young to become sexually active. However, if you are
planning to become sexually active, you need to be on some kind of
birth control and your boyfriend needs to be wearing a condom each
and every time you have sex. This protects you and him from STDs
(sexually transmitted diseases). I would suggest making an appointment
with your family doctor and discussing various methods of birth control.
Are your parents aware you're being intimate with your boyfriend.
You also don't want an unwanted pregnancy. You're only 15 years old
and you're very young yourself. Many young women have some
bleeding after having sex for the first time. The decision to become
intimate should not be taken lightly. Don't let your boyfriend talk you
into having sex with him if you don't want to. Some guys say if you
don't have sex with me, I'll find a girl who will. That's called emotional
blackmail. You still have high school to finish I'm assuming and then
you have to decide what type of career you want to get involved in.
It's really a good idea to get to know a guy first. Spend time with him,
do different activities together ( not sex) and do a lot of talking so
you really get to know him. I caution young women to be really careful
before they become intimate. Some guys just want to have sex with
a girl a few times and move on to someone else. I wish you well. Eve
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