The Vagina Bleeds After Inserting A Finger?
If we have never had sex, and right when we enter our fingers into our blood until we bleed and it’s only 1x, then we never do it in a long period of half a year, is it right to have sex that will bleed again, and I’m not married. Thank you, for the answer.
Thank you for the question.
Bleeding during sexual intercourse can be many possible causes, ranging from injury to the reproductive organs, regular menstruation, hormonal disorders, side effects of birth control, inflammation of the reproductive organs, even malignancy and various other causes. If what you mean is bleeding during intercourse due to hymen tears, then the answer to your question can be yes or no.
The blood membrane is a thin membrane located on the inside of the vagina, close to the labia minora. Most women have an intact hymen on both sides, but some others may or may not, even though they have never had sexual intercourse, because it is indeed incomplete from birth, due to injury (for example, when riding a bicycle or when over-masturbating), and some may even be born without the hymen at all from birth.
Your action of inserting a finger into the vagina, if done deep enough, can create injury around your reproductive organs, including the hymen. This injury finally makes your vagina bleed. However, it can also bleeding that you experience actually comes from the injury of other reproductive organs. Therefore, if you later have sex, it may be that your hymen is torn again, maybe not. What is clear, whether or not the hymen is torn, and whether or not you post sexual intercourse, can not be used as a reference to determine whether you are still a virgin or not. Because, as mentioned above, there are also women who do not have an intact hymen even though they have never had sex. Conversely, there are also women whose membranes are so elastic that they are not easily torn and injured, despite having sex many times.
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