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If I didn't bleed after the first time I had sex, could my hymen still be intact?

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Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine
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In brief: Hymen

It is more likely that you had lost your hymen in the past.
Hymen can be lost due to physical activities like riding bike, gymnastics, without one knowing about it, from tempons and sexual intercourse and if you did not bleed does not mean that also can happen, sometime the brekage is so small, there is not enough blood to see so do not dwell on hymen and go on with your life and relationship.

In brief: Hymen

It is more likely that you had lost your hymen in the past.
Hymen can be lost due to physical activities like riding bike, gymnastics, without one knowing about it, from tempons and sexual intercourse and if you did not bleed does not mean that also can happen, sometime the brekage is so small, there is not enough blood to see so do not dwell on hymen and go on with your life and relationship.
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