Physical Differences In Women After First Intercourse?
I want to ask . Are there physical differences in women after first sexual intercourse? Thank you
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Many assumptions developed in society related to physical changes that can be observed in women who have had sex, including the shape of her pelvis, breasts, buttocks, how to walk, and so on. Very often, people identify women who have had sexual relations with their hymen that are no longer intact. Bleeding during sexual intercourse is also often used as an indicator of ordinary people in determining a woman is still a virgin, or not.
You need to know beforehand, the various assumptions above are actually not right. Physically, there are no definite characteristics that can distinguish whether a woman has ever had sex or not. For example, the hymen can also be torn in women who have never had sex, for example if he often masturbates, if he has been injured while cycling, or also, if he has undergone certain medical procedures around the vagina (for example, a urine catheter) . Virgin or not a woman can only be known by the honesty of the woman herself, whether he has ever had sexual relations like husband and wife, or not. Physically, there is no sure sign of this, unless you have already been pregnant or give birth due to the impact of the intimate relationship.
That's all our explanation. For more details, you can consult directly with a doctor or obstetrician.
I hope this helps.