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Hymen Broken Sex
I never had sex,but i play sports& im not sure if i tore my hymen or not.So, if i go to the doctor, Can she tell that my hymen wasnt broken from sex?
What to do if i want to know that is hymen broken in first time sex only or can it b broken without ever having sex?
Can you tell me what to do if i want to know that is hymen broken in first time sex only or can it b broken without ever having sex?
Unlikely: The normal hymen is a circle of elastic tissue around the vagina opening, like a stretchy bracelet. It's not a solid layer of skin except for rare condition of imperforate hymen where there's no opening and no way for menstrual blood to leave the body. If you've had periods, you haven't got an imperforate hymen. Likely there's another reason why sex is painful. Suggest see your MD for evaluation. ...Read more
Yes: Can be from inserting tampon, horseback or bicycle (narrow saddle) riding, trauma, poking the area in early childhood( which you no longer remember). ...Read more
Yes possible: Hymens can be very variable. Opening can be very narrow, so large that it is little more than a circumferential ridge and anything in between. Hymens with large openings mat never break, and certainly wden or seem to go away as you have more & more sex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does sex hurt if your a virgin and that person is gental? Does you hymen heal up afterwards and for how long?
Varies..: In general, if gentle, careful, use plenty of lubrication and lots of foreplay, loss of virginity should not be excessively painful. The hymen does not heal up. It just tears and disappears. Healing usually takes about a week, but depends on how much injury (if any) there was and whether you continue to irritate the area with continued sexual activity. Please consider contraception... ...Read more
May or may not bleed: The bleeding with first sex idea is overdone. Bleeding may mean fresh small 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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Complex answer: Great variability with hymens. Some leave a large vaginal opening & do not even tear/break during sex. Most are a thin "iris type" membrane & pain or discomfort is mild. A few hymens can be quite thick and rigid or only have a minute opening so that penetration can be impossible. Such uncommon, anatomy is best treated by a gyn dr. By age 49 most women have had speculum exam & is < than a penis. ...Read more
Here are some ...: You're experiencing postcoital bleeding which requires a timely attention from gyn-doc to make sure of no cervical erosion / inflammation / tumor, etc. other than assuming to have "rough-sex-related" injury. So, bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, progress, & associated Sx over time to Doc for analysis, physicals, & possible tests so to deduce possible Dx for reasonable RX. ...Read more
How do you know if your hymen or vaginal hole is too small for sex and has to be surgically opened etc?
Chance's in percentage of still hymen of 27 working woman who is vergin.
Can she bleeding in first sex in 27 age ?
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 ›
My frnds hymen isbroken.but she did not had penitrative sex.will it bleed again when she does sex for first time.can her partner know abt broken hymen?
How do you the hymen is "broken"? Hymen has variable morphology in different women. What looks like broken, may be normal appearance for your friend. If she has concerns she should see a gynecologist.
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