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Things That Happen After You Lose Your Virginity
Is it normal to crave a lot of things after losing virginity and my period is around the corner so could that be what it is?
Pregnant?: Are you pregnant? If you had sex without condoms or birth control then this is a possibility. If you think you might be pregnant check then check a home pregnancy test. They are cheap, reliable and available at any pharmacy. Losing your virginity does not stimulate the appetite ...Read more
Nothing: Other than bleeding (immediately with penetration) from possibly breaking the hymen, nothing dramatically changes on you body. ...Read more
Not unless: You become pregnant at that time.Get a more detailed answer ›
That should not: Affect your periods, unless you get pregnant. ...Read more
Usually only few min: Stops very soon unless you have an unusual tear. ...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
Nothing!: Nothing happens to the penis upon losing virginity aside from probable ejaculation but that most likely happens every time w/sex, not just the first time. If one isn't careful, penis might catch a sexually transmitted disease, regardless of whether this is 1st or nth time. Best to protect your penis (and your partner) by wearing a condom each & every time. ...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
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
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