The Vagina Is Bleeding After Inserting A Finger, Is The Hymen Damaged?
Hello,! I’m a 20 year old woman. I am single, but my sex desire is arguably great. But I am afraid of having sex outside of marriage. So I masturbate. The first time I put one of my fingers, there was absolutely no blood coming out until I orgasm. I guess I don’t have hymen. So I’m addicted to wanting to put 2 fingers. Before I could get in, my vagina was bleeding. I thought at that time my hymen was broken. And because I have already continued my masturbation habits. But then I have never tried 2 fingers, for fear that my vagina is too loose. Until finally one time my vagina was bleeding. I thought maybe it was because the first time my hymen was only slightly damaged. And because I think it’s already too, I still like to masturbate. And tonight my vagina is bleeding again. I think of all these incidents the impossible cause of bleeding is nails. Because my nails are very, very short. And it seems impossible blisters because I only use 1 finger. So are these three events the damage to my hymen? Is there a possibility that my hymen will still be there if it is later entered by male genitals? Please answer,.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. Hymen or hymen is a membrane found in a woman's vagina and often its existence is used as a sign of someone's virginity. This is not entirely true because hymen in fact can be torn not only because of sexual relations with penis penetration alone.
Basically, all objects that are inserted into the vagina deep enough to press on the hymen, can cause the hymen to become torn. In addition, accidents, stretching out legs too wide, for example on floor gymnastics, and riding a bicycle can also cause a woman's hymen to tear. So as to determine the virginity of women only from the integrity of the hymen is actually not right.
Regarding your question, we cannot confirm whether your hymen has been torn or not if only from bleeding, this is because there are many causes of vaginal bleeding, such as spots due to hormonal imbalances, irritation of the vaginal wall, menstruation, infection and friction due to sexual intercourse . The entry of a finger can be a cause depending on how deep your finger enters, but it should not be a bit like that. To really find out if your hymen is still intact or not, you should check with your obstetrician.
But again, out of curiosity, knowing this is not very important because it does not affect your health, sexual experience and so forth. So regardless of whether your hymen is still intact or not, you don't need to worry too much. What needs to be focused on is not to make your sexual desires high enough encourage you to have sex outside of marriage or to change partners, because some of the illnesses cannot yet be cured and can even lead to death. So, hopefully answering your question.