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Popping A Cherry
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
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. ...Read more
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. ...Read more
Not on your own: If you are popping your back on your own, most likely it is not being done in a safe manner. You should see chiropractic doctor who can do it in a safe manner. There is always the chance of friction injury on the cartilage between bones whenever you pop a joint. I would recommend stretching and muscles strengthening. ...Read more
See orthopedist: Its important to establish a diagnosis. Shoulder pain could be from the shoulder or referred. Common referred sources include: abdomen, heart and neck. Shoulder sources include: arthritis, labral tears, instability, tendinitis, rotator cuff tears, bursitis, painful bony spurs etc. Therefore proper diagnosis is essential to stopping the pain. See an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more