Bleeding From The Vagina After Falling?
Morning … I want to ask, I used to be 13 and I haven’t menstruated yet … I fell down on a bicycle and hit my intimate part and then bleeding came out, not much just a little … but it hurts really well when I get water, is it not dangerous? I am now 20 … please answer! Thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bleeding condition on the intimate part that you experience at that time can occur due to several possibilities, it could be due to the tearing of the hymen, or because of injury to other structures, be it skin, muscles, or female organs. This is generally harmless, and will improve by itself over time, especially since it has now passed 7 years from the incident and you don't feel any complaints.
Regarding the possibility of rupture of the hymen, we need to convey that this does not mean you are not a virgin. During this time many lay people who make the hymen as an indicator of virginity when in fact not the case. The hymen is basically just a residual structure in the female organs and does not play any role in women after birth. The hymen is not used as an indicator of virginity because tearing can occur due to various things, and not just because of sexual relations. Examples are accidents like the one you experienced, falling from a tree, stretching your legs too wide like in a gymnastic athlete on the floor and wearing the head itself, even if it doesn't fall.
So for now, as long as your menstrual cycle is not interrupted, and the pain does not persist, there is nothing you need to worry about. So, hopefully answering your question.