Signs Of Virginity?
if a virgin is put in her hand and keeps bleeding, does that mean she’s not a virgin anymore? or howrnthank you
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Defining virginity based solely on physical characteristics or bleeding alone is not a wise move. A virgin in the medical world is more accurately defined as a woman who has never had sexual intercourse. However, the definition of this sexual relationship can vary depending on the perception in your environment. Some interpret sexual intercourse as any form of sexual activity, including kissing or petting. However, there are also those who consider sexual intercourse only as penetration of the penis into the vagina.
Putting hands into the vagina has the potential to cause irritation to the reproductive organs. This irritation can appear as a bloody discharge. The organs that experience irritation can vary, starting from the outermost, namely the labia majora, labia minora, Bartholin's glands, hymen (hymen), or also deeper organs. This depends on how deep the finger is inserted into the vagina.
Maybe what you mean is, is the blood coming from a torn hymen. If that's what you mean, then the answer may or may not be yes. However, even a torn hymen cannot be used as a benchmark to determine whether a woman is a virgin or not. Because, it can also tear the hymen due to other reasons, such as falling while sitting, bumping while riding a bicycle, masturbating, and so on. Some women are even born with no hymen at all.
I hope it's clear enough...
The link between the hymen and virginity
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah