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Is it normal to feel sick the next day after losing your virginity? I feel nauseated and gasy

Is it normal to feel sick the next day  after losing your virginity? I feel nauseated and gasy

Not specific,: What else was happening? Beverages? Diet? By the way-- not lost- given away! ...Read more

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After losing your virginity is it normal to bleed a little more the second day?

After losing your virginity is it normal to bleed a little more the second day?

Could be.: Without other symptoms or signs I would wait and see a few days. If it persist for 5 - 7 days I would advise checkup. ...Read more

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Is it normal to gain weight after losing your virginity? My jeans don't fit , or sweaters..basically I gained like 11 pounds

Is it normal to gain weight after losing your virginity? My jeans don't fit , or sweaters..basically I gained like 11 pounds

Weight gain: Nit a typical reaction. Get pregnancy test to be sure you are not pregnant. If you are not pregnant the see if your eating habits have changed. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have an odd period after losing your virginity?

Is it normal to have an odd period after losing your virginity?

Perhaps...: If by "odd" you mean your period was late or early, or heavy, or light, or unusually cramps/painful or if you are having vaginal discharge, itching or odor or pelvic pain, then No, these are not necessarily normal. Please see a doctor for a check up for pregnancy, STD/HIV testing and counseling ...Read more

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Is it normal to have bleeding or spotting after losing your virginity? Fow how long?

Is it normal to have bleeding or spotting after losing your virginity? Fow how long?

Not always/few days: Not all women bleed after having sex for the first time, but it is normal to bleed if the hymen was intact and sptting can continue anyway from 1 day to 5 days at most. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have a little pain in the right ovary area the day after losing your virginity?

Is it normal to have a little pain in the right ovary area the day after losing your virginity?

Possible: You may just have some pain from not being accustomed to intercourse. Just the positions and use of different muscles, as well as the stretching of your vagina can cause discomfort. Be sure you are using protection if you don't want to get pregnant. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have your rip hymen to stick out of the vagina after losing your virginity?

Is it normal to have your rip hymen to stick out of the vagina after losing your virginity?

Uh, no . . .: While it's possible for "ripped" tissue to stick out of your vagina, that would suggest tremendous trauma/injury. Best to seek medical evaluation to determine what's going on. Go see your FamilyDoc, GYN or Planned Parenthood. Local city/county health clinics can also provide assistance, too. Better to find out what's going on than to guess & wonder. Plus you'll probably need testing for STDs/STIs. ...Read more

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Is abdominal pain after losing your virginity normal? Especially if he went a little too deep and hard once

Is abdominal pain after losing your virginity normal? Especially if he went a little too deep and hard once

Sometimes: It is not abnormal. If this was your first encounter, then your genital tract is not used to the normal stimulations and feelings of intercourse. You note that it was hard and deep and that could have caused bumping into the cervical opening which can be painful. I hope your partner is more gentle the next time but it certainly sounds as if there is nothing to worry about. ...Read more

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