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First Time For Sex
Not bleeding is fine: The bleeding with first sex idea is overdone. Bleeding means there were little tears. If a woman has a healthy vulva, vagina, and hymen; if she is very stretchy; if she is happy and relaxed, with lots of natural lubrication; if a guy enters at a good angle, at the right spot; if he moves gently with small motions until all is well-lubricated and stretched out; there may not be tearing or bleeding. ...Read more
It happends: Bleeding with the first penetrating intercourse is commonplace. The most common situation involves a girl whose hymen (the tissue ring inside her vaginal opening) is torn during sex. However, some are born with little if any hymenal tissue or it can be torn before any sexual activity ever takes place. If so, no tearing will occur and no bleeding would occur. ...Read more
Will a fimbriated hymen bleed during first time of sex? Or won't it sinc it has irregular torn like pattern although it's intact nd that's its nature?
It should bleed: But not everybody follows the rules.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: That is possible - especially if protection was not used. ...Read more
Be selective: You know the basics. Hopefully this is somebody decent and that you really like. Bring birth control and barrier protection. Spend a very long time on foreplay, exploring one another's bodies. In fact, you may choose to forego intercourse for a time and enjoy other things instead. When you are ready, you'll know. It will be better than you've been told. Best wishes. ...Read more
I'm assuming...: You are female. Male must wear a condom, and to prevent getting a serious prostate infection, and or transmitting hpv or herpes. A lubicant is mandatory. Going slow and not forcing the sex too quickly is important. If you have pain, back off. Sex should be mutually pleasant. Make sure your partner is aware! ...Read more
None: Blood is blood.Get a more detailed answer ›
I would like to know what to expect my first time having sex, and if there is anything I can do in preparation to potentially alleviate discomfort.
Who knows?: The expected discomfort may highly vary depending upon the degree and thickness of personal hymen, but the expected discomfort tends to be overshadowed by sex arousal and excitement so the penetrating discomfort becomes tolerable and even gratifying afterwards. However, it's mentally and physically harmless for delaying the timing of vaginal penetration with coitus. I do know peer pressure can be. ...Read more
Not normal but: Could occur. There are probably a # of possible reasons for nausea associated w sexual intercourse. Some women report nausea w deeper penile penetration ;/or rough sex. In this situation there may be pain which could trigger nausea. Indigestion ; acid reflux might be causative. Prostaglandins could play a role. In some situations – nausea or vomiting could be psychological in nature if some >. ...Read more
Problem?: Unless you had pain or other concern, no need to see Gyn with protected intercourse. ...Read more
Options: Most condoms are synthetic and can cause some men to not have as good of a sensation. If stds are not a concern, then sheepskin condoms will give you the most sensation. They just don't stop viruses. They also fit a little looser than an standard condom. These condoms can be harder to find, depending on where you live. ...Read more
I heard that when my cherry is popped, you bleed and it's your first time having sex. Does this happen to everyone?
Confusing question: The hymen, if present is a structure with some variation in shape and appearance. Before sexual activity, there is usually a small 1/2 inch diameter +/- hole in the hymen that permits menstrual blood to escape any sexual contact that includes penetration of the hymen with a larger object (penis or toy) would tear the hymen. ...Read more
It can be normal: Light bleeding for a couple of days isn't alarming, but see your health care provider if it doesn't stop. It's a good time to think about preventing pregnancy and stds. Be sure you use condoms for sex every time. Your partner should have std testing and you should too anytime you have a new partner. Do that through your doctor or sexualhealth. Com. ...Read more
What are the cances to catch HIV first time unprotected sex with a women who had multi partners.?
The chance is real: This is like playing russian rootlet with your health. Even if the chance is close to 1%, your health as well as the health of your future sex partners is not game of chance. You and your partner should always practice safe sex. See your doctor or get seen at a local std clinic in your community or school for testing and safe sex education. ...Read more
Absent period for the first time, no sex. Periods were regular for past few years. What could be the reason?
Why is it that for my first time having sex that my hymen didn't break but it was very painful when my partner tried opening me up?
First Time Sex:
Sex for the first time is seldom comfortable, even when the hymen is torn. The majority of women feel that the first few times having sex are more uncomfortable than not.
The hymen can vary in how thin it is. This creates a tight area just inside your vagina that will cause alot of pain with sex. You might consider having an exam to determine if a surgical procedure needs to be done to help. ...Read more
I had my first time ever sex with my girlfriend and after a while I pull out my genitals and saw a white paste like substance, what could it be?
Likely normal: Women naturally produce vaginal fluids that help with lubrication during sexual encounters. Men also naturally produce fluids to help nourish and transport sperm during sexual encounters. You may have seen either or both on your genitals. Occasionally, changes in quantity or quality (color, odor, consistency) of secretions may indicate inflammation or infection. ...Read more
I feel my IUD may have moved? I bled a month after first time having sex since put in. Once stopped I had sex and next morning I bled excessively
Its our first time having sex my boyfriend and me, I heard it hurts the first time for the both of us is it true? What can we do to prevent hurting?
First time: Don't be in a rush for penetration; search out each other's erogenous zones. Foreplay allows u to become adequately lubricated. Use a position that allows u to control the amount of penetration. As the other doc mentioned, if your hymen causes problems, see gyn for options. Enjoy the experience. ...Read more
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