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How do you know if your cherry is popped? My boyfriend fingered me and there was bleeding a while back did he pop it?

How do you know if your cherry is popped? My boyfriend fingered me and there was bleeding a while back did he pop it?

Possible...: If there was manipulation and bleeding of your genital area it is possible that it might had torn the hymen but unable to tell for sure without a genital exam. If bleeding continues see a doctor for formal check up of the area. ...Read more

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My boyfriend fingered me very hard earlier and I bled a lot. Ive had sex before so I didn't think it was my cherry popping but could it have been?

My boyfriend fingered me very hard earlier and I bled a lot. Ive had sex before so I didn't think it was my cherry popping but could it have been?

Doubt it: If you've had intercourse before it's highly likely your hymen broke at that time. If he was fingering your vagina very hard as you describe it's more likely that he made a small (or large) tear in the lining of your vagina.I would avoid any kind of intercourse or fingering until you feel healed and maybe even want to consider having your doc take a look at it to determine the severity of the tear ...Read more

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I'm still a virgin me and my bf r waiting till marriage but we do otherthings can he pop my cherry by fingering me?

I'm still a virgin me and my bf r waiting till marriage but we do otherthings can he pop my cherry by fingering me?

Sex information: The hymen is not something that is "popped". It's a thin piece of tissue, crescent shaped, inside the vagina. It can be stretched out in many ways- by fingers, masturbation, sex toys, or accidentally. In fact, there is no reason that it should be forceably broken and cause bleeding. Virginity is not even clearly defined- some say "any" sex, some say "vaginal intercourse". You decide for you. ...Read more

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I already lost my virginity and I didn't bleed, but when i tried to do it again I bled. It it possible to not pop your cherry the first time?

I already lost my virginity and I didn't bleed, but when i tried to do it again I bled. It it possible to not pop your cherry the first time?

Virginity: yes it is possible that your hymen did not completely break with your first attempt at sexual intercourse, which is nothing to worry about. It sounds like it broke the second time around. Remember to always protect yourself from STD's by using condoms and if you are not wanting to get pregnant please consider using birth control ...Read more

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Been sexually active for 4 years, 8 partners, never had my "cherry pop"? No bleeding, still have pain when someone goes "too deep"?

Been sexually active for 4 years, 8 partners, never had my "cherry pop"? No bleeding, still have pain when someone goes "too deep"?

You didn't realize: "cherry pop" is a euphemism describing the breakdown of your hymen. It isn't a true physiological event. Many times women do tear their hymen during their first sexual encounter. Yours may have, or could have during another activity. The pain you experience when someone goes "too deep" is likely related to trauma to your cervix and as long as it goes away in a day or two can be normal. ...Read more

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"how far can you and a guy go and still be considered a virgin? If he enters you, but doesn't pop the cherry or go all the way i he went in but not all the way...There was no condom..And he didn't pop my cherry

The : The traditional definition of a virgin is a women or man that has never engaged in vaginal penetration (giving or receiving so to speak). Honestly the definition means different things to different people. From my point of view i would say you are no longer a virgin since you had vaginal penetration regardless of wheter or not the hymen (cherry) is still intact. However this is your life and your interpretation of the experience. If you feel you are still a virgin, then you should consider yourself one. More important than semantics here is the fact that you need to start protecting yourself against pregnancy and std's (sexually transmitted diseases) since both of these can occur with minimal penetration. Best of luck. ...Read more

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I was riding a boy and when we got done I went to pee they was a little blood. Did he pop my cherry? We did it before but I've never bled.

I was riding a boy and when we got done I went to pee they was a little blood. Did he pop my cherry? We did it before but I've never bled.

Unlikely: If you have had normal intercourse in the past and never bled, you may have never had a "cherry" to pop or lost the structure in childhood. Any bleeding now may be from other structures, or trauma to your pee hole.The mechanics of sex can tear susceptible tissue.If it continues, check it out.If it disappears in a day or so, you are likely okay. ...Read more

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Why do I bleed after i get fingered? My boyfriend and i had sex two months ago and we had our second time a few weeks after. He pop my cherry i kow he did. But everytime we try having sex again and he was getting started to where he's only fingering me i

There : There are a few different possibilities here. One is that your hymen ("cherry") was only partially torn during your first two times having sex and therefore is still partially intact and bleeding when manipulated (during sex or when a finger is introduced into the vagina). On the other hand you need to rule out an infectious cause. Bacteria, yeast, and std's can make the vaginal mucosa (inside of the vagina) very sensitive and prone to bleed. I recommend you see your doctor for a complete medical evaluation. If you are under 18 and do not want to tell your parent, there are many free family planning clinics in every state that can address an issue such as this one. Best of luck. ...Read more

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