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Lose Virginity Losing
Hi I m 17 years old. (male).Is it right age to lose virginity or should I have more if no hw much should I wait?
Sexuality: This is a question that is beyond the bounds of medicine. Your doctor would have nothing to say about when you should or should not become sexually active. The only thing we can comment on is that if you choose to become sexual you take on the responsibility to protect yourself from stds and to protect your partner from unwanted pregnancy. ...Read more
For many women, the pain is brief and, if they are enjoying the sex, the sensual feelings take over and may be stronger than the pain. Many women know that after that initial discomfort, other episodes of intercourse don't hurt.
I think it's like asking if you fall off the bike when you first try to ride, why would you try again?? Because it's fun and you get better at it!! ...Read more
When trying to lose virginity, I tense up my muscles a lot for fear of pain. Is this what's making trying to get it in hurt so bad?
Partly: All circumstances have to be perfect for good sex: lock the door, light candles, start the music, & set your stage. You could be smaller than average and your guy could be larger than average -- either way, a lot of foreplay is mandatory. (your masturbating will help you to know your own body, so do that if you haven't). Use lubrication and be sure to have a patient gentleman in the bedroom. ...Read more
I touched my vagina once, I heared that you can lose virginity by finguring, but I didn't have bleeding or any pain or feeling, have I lost it?
Examination: The concept of virginity is based upon a myth or old belief that the hymen in the vagina was somehow sacred. However about 20% of females do not have the hymen or it get's displaced for a variety of other reasons. If you cannot see your hymen then you need a professional to examine you if this is important. ...Read more
Dr. Says, I am unvirgin but can I lose virginity without any bleeding/pain in vagina after first time of sex with single boyfriend, who is still virgin?
Define virgin please: Most of us would agree that if you have had sex ;#40;penetrating vaginal intercourse;#41;, then you are no longer a virgin. It doesn't matter if it was one time, with a virgin, and it doesn't matter if you had no pain or bleeding. If you haven't had sex, ever, then you are still a virgin. It does not matter what the doctor says. Every girl's hymen is different. Some are tighter than others. ...Read more
Definitions: Different people define virginity in different ways. ...Read more
Virginity.: Don't expect it to be the way it is often portrayed in movies. If you are a female there may be some discomfort with penetration and there may be some spotting. It may be a positive experience or may be dissapointing. ...Read more
No longer a virgin: Nothing happens to a male unles he contracts an std. Hymen usually tears in women when they lose their virginity and some bleeding may or may not occur. Nothing may happen if hymen is underdeveloped or already torn from tampon use or bicycle or horseback riding. ...Read more
Ask him: If you have a trust based relationship he may tell you the truth ...Read more
One time event: You remain a virgin until your first sexual experience involving vaginal penetration, whether or not your hymen is torn. You become an ex-virgin after that. Whether anyone thinks it's bad depends upon their religious and/or social values and beliefs. The majority of women have lost their virginity by the time they get married. The decision is yours. ...Read more
Meet someone...: Meet someone nice, date a while, get engaged, meet the parents, get married, ... and about that time, one will feel ready for sex. If wanting a baby, relax and start having sex once or twice a day during the fertile days. Of course, if a couple has sex every one or two days throughout the month, they don't have to think about fertile days. ...Read more
Define Ur parameter: Virginity is a term that has different meanings to different people. Some consider a tight hymen, the thin ring of tissue at the vaginal entrance, as a sign of virginity. However, that tissue may be loose or fully open naturally without any past sexual activity. Some consider any sexual act involving genital contact as "losing it".It just depends on what the term means to you. ...Read more
Yes: As the hymeneal tissue has blood vessels that will bleed when opened up with the first intercourse, if it continues to bleed or is sore or you are worried about infection or want to make sure it has completely opened, then see your gyn. ...Read more
No: That doesn't always occur.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends on beliefs: It is ok if you think it is ok. Many people think that extra-marital sex is sinful or wrong, however they may now be in a minority. Thus, it depends upon both you and your prospective partner. Hopefully not under the effects of drugs or alcohol. Please use protection every time from your first experience until you are with a permanent and safe partner. ...Read more
Post Virginity: The main changes are pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. These of course do not necessarily occur but they are potential changes. Some women may have tearing of their hymen (a ring of tissue at the outlet of the vagina). Many women won't have any changes to their bodies in the short term. ...Read more
Social construct: Virginity isn't a physical happening, but rather it's an emotional and psychological event. A lot of women have used tampons prior to ever having sexual intercourse, and I don't think any of them would say they lost their virginity. Using a sex toy may have meaning for you, and thus may feel like a change in sexual status. That's 100% okay. But it might be different for each individual women. ...Read more
Small amount: The first time that a girl or woman has sex, she may bleed a few cc's of blood due to the tearing of her hymen at the opening of her vagina. Some females may bleed more than others, especially if you have taken asprin, Motrin or Aleve (naproxen). These medicines "thin your blood" and cause increased bleeding. ...Read more