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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.

Hymen (Definition)

A membranous fold of tissue that partly or completely occludes ...Read more


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Is it normal for you to keep bleeding if your cherry pops?

Is it normal for you to keep bleeding if your cherry pops?

How old are you?: We need to know your age. Please put it in your public profile. We cannot answer questions from minors. Knowing your country or state helps, too. Age, location, and gender, can affect our answer, since some conditions are more likely in different places or in different age groups. Be honest! You expect if of us, & we expect it of you! List any meds you take, & any chronic medical problems, too.

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If your a virgin and you use a tampon will it pop your cherry?

If your a virgin and you use a tampon will it pop your cherry?

No: Your cherry as you call it, we call it a hymen, will not be destroyed by inserting a tampon. The vagina will still have the tightness of a virgin.

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Is it normal to pop your cherry? Does it affect your health or sex life in anyway?

Is it normal to pop your cherry? Does it affect your health or sex life in anyway?

Hymen: The hymen is a thin membrane at the vaginal opening. Once a woman uses tampons it is usually partially torn. This is a normal process and not something to stress about.

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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

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My boyfriend fingered me very hard earlier and I bled a lot. I've 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. I've 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

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So it's my first time having sex, I'm extremely scared about my cherry popping and the blood going everywhere, do you have any suggestions for me?

So it's my first time having sex, I'm extremely scared about my cherry popping and the blood going everywhere, do you have any suggestions for me?

No need to worry: Your concerns are completely understandable. However the amount of bleeding from the hymen is very small, and resolves on its own. Place a towel either on top or underneath the sheets, to put you at ease. Your partner will probably be very supportive and understanding. And of course, ALWAYS use condoms to protect against pregnancy and STDs.

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Penis rubbed against vagina, no pre-cum, no full ejaculation and no penetration, no signs of cherry popping, can she be pregnant?

Penis rubbed against vagina, no pre-cum, no full ejaculation and no penetration, no signs of cherry popping, can she be pregnant?

No, but...: The odd to conceive under the reported scenario should be next to zero in considering the high fastidious requirement for sperm survival. Nonetheless, still do HPT in a week after missing the expected period and repeat it in another week if the first test is (-) and still in doubt. Besides, get counseling for heightening the standard of responsible safe sex against pregnancy & STDs.

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After your cherry is popped are you more likely to become pregnant?

After your cherry is popped are you more likely to become pregnant?

Not more likely: You are always at risk for getting pregnant with intercourse whether it is the first time or not. There are no guarentees. If you are worried about pregnancy and it sounds like you are, do not have sex.

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How can you tell if your "cherry" popped?

How can you tell if your "cherry" popped?

Requires intercourse: If you were a virgin, and had an intact hymen, then the first penetration should "pop" the cherry. Some lack a hymen or accidentally opened it earlier in life in other activities. The classic sign is bleeding onto the sheets. But in many cases there is nothing you can feel and nothing external.

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How do you no if a guy poped your cherry?

How do you no if a guy poped your cherry?

Rupture of Hymen: That is difficult to tell without a physical exam. Typically females have a membrane at the introitus (entrance) of the vagina that incompletely covers the opening (though rarely it is imperforate). During intercourse this is commonly torn and leads to some hemorrhage, which is considered normal. It is impossible to tell from the whether that has happened to you or not. Please see your doctor.

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Ok so my girlfriend has said she popped her own cherry. It's been awhile and I heard the hymen can grow back is that true? I heard it was 6 months +

Ok so my girlfriend has said she popped her own cherry. It's been awhile and I heard the hymen can grow back is that true? I heard it was 6 months +

Not really: Some women are born without a noticeable "cherry" or hymen, others have a slight ridge, some are totally closed which creates problems at puberty. The hymen can be lost due to non sexual activities in childhood or adolescence. It can also be "popped" during self sex. Once torn, it does not grow back.

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Is it possible to repop your cherry?

No: There might still be hymenal remnants that may tear at a later time.

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Can your cherry (hymen) be popped from a tampon?

Easily: It may be small enough in diameter to slip in, but since it will become larger in diameter after it absorbs menstrual blood, the hymen can be torn when it is removed. The term is a rather crude one cited by teen males for achieving success at a sexual encounter with a virgin. I would not apply it to this event.

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How long should you bleed after you popped your cherry? It's been 3days, is it normal or should I be worried?

How long should you bleed after you popped your cherry? It's been 3days, is it normal or should I be worried?

Varies: Many women notice no bleeding after their first intercourse. Of those who bleed, the amount of bleeding varies. Worry if the bleeding is heavy requiring you to wear a pad and change it more frequently than you do with your period, if there is alot of pain, or if the bleeding does not gradually decrease and then stop. Otherwise, this is probably normal. Hope this helps.

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Is it possible as a virgin to tear your hymen a little bit have it bleed a few drops but not have popped your cherry?

Is it possible as a virgin to tear your hymen a little bit have it bleed a few drops but not have popped your cherry?

Hymen tear: Yes. With today's active lifestyle and tampon use, virginal women can have hymenal tears in their vaginas.

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What does it mean to have your cherry break?

Losing virginity.: The hymen is a ring of tissue at the entrance to the vagina. Some girls who are very physically active even before puberty can disrupt the hymen; most commonly a female will have slight injury to this tissue during intercourse or intimate touching. This hymenal injury and subsequent bleeding has often been called "popping the cherry."