Is It A Vaginal Blister That Is Hymen?
Hello I’m laurens, then I did petting with my girlfriend and accidentally my girlfriend’s genitals pressed my MSV a little. Then, the area between the hymen and anus is like a blister. The blisters did not release droplets or blood flow but when I checked using the towel there was very little blood. But no blood spots appeared after that. My questions, (1) Is the blister hymen? (2) If it is assumed that the blister is in Hymen, what is the sign that I am no longer a virgin even if it’s just a blister?
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Basically, there is a hymen inside the vagina about 2.5 cm from the mouth of the vagina. If you can see blisters on the skin between the vagina and anus, then the blisters occur in an area called the perineum and it is very likely that your hymen is not injured.
Even so, you need to know that the concept of virginity is in no way related to the intact or incompleteness of this hymen / hymen. A woman's hymen can also be torn due to various causes (not necessarily due to sexual relations), for example injuries (falls) or can be torn when doing certain sports (such as riding a bicycle, riding, dancing, etc.). There is also a female hymen who is not torn despite having sexual intercourse by repeatedly penetrating the vagina.
Virginity is only a concept formed by society or by individuals. Many Indonesians assume that virginity will only disappear when having sexual intercourse with penetration into the vagina, but there are also groups of people who assume that sexual intercourse in any form (oral sex, anal sex, or petting, even though masturbation) has eliminated one's virginity. You certainly can have your own concept of virginity.
Even if you have a concept that you are still a virgin as long as there is no penetration of the penis into the vagina, you need to know that petting can also increase your risk of pregnancy (if sperm is released in the mouth of the vagina) and also increase your risk of having a sexually transmitted infection. Avoid sexual intercourse or make sure your partner uses a condom during sexual intercourse (including petting though) to avoid pregnancy and also the transmission of sexually transmitted infections.
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