Girls bleed when they loose their virginity

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If you have a vagina, you might bleed because the penetration tears the hymen. The hymen is a membrane near the opening of your vagina. Your hymen may already have a hole in it by the time you have sex for the first time. Think about it: How else would period blood come out? If your hymen is totally closed, you have a rare condition called an imperforate hymen. This is usually treated with surgery.

Does a woman always bleed when she has sex for the first time?

Does a woman always bleed when she has sex for the first time?

This column is published in partnership with Scarleteen. Sara Patterson-Brown. She found that at least 63 percent of the women she asked about bleeding and first intercourse reported that they did not experience bleeding. We know that some women have bleeding and that others have none. For those who do, how much is something else that varies, largely because what causes the bleeding varies. Some women who have bleeding will only lightly spot for a few hours, others will have near-period level bleeding for a day or two, some more or for even longer. For the most part, just like bleeding from any other part of your body, bleeding that comes with or follows intercourse or any other kind of sex is due to an injury.

Not Everyone Bleeds Their First Time Having Sex

Skip navigation! Story from Sex School. When it comes to virginity, there are a lot of myths out there. What Is "Popping Your Cherry"? There are two main reasons people with vaginas might bleed after their first time having P-in-V sex: tearing the hymen and lack of lubrication.
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