There Is No Bleeding During The First Intercourse?
I want to ask why when I had the first time I had no blood … while I have never had sex with anyone … So my partner suspected that I was not a virgin r n.
Hello, thank you for your question.
The hymen / hymen is a membrane that is at the entrance (introitus) of the vagina, the hymen has a natural opening as a way out of menstrual blood. the claim that virgins must bleed is a myth that is unfortunately still widely believed.
It is true that the first penetration (either by the penis, or through masturbation with the fingers for example) can tear the hymen, but the hymen can also be torn (and this is quite frequent) as a result of events such as trauma / impact to the groin. Sports such as cycling, horse riding, gymnastics / gymnastics or other activities that involve repeated bumps in the groin can cause tears to the hymen.
Some women have a congenital or congenital abnormality in which the hymen is not formed (hymen agenesis) although this is rare.
In thicker and more elastic hymen, the first sexual intercourse preceded by good foreplay will cause the female genital organs to be better prepared with good lubrication, this often reduces pain during the first time sexual intercourse and may not cause tears to occur. hymen or occurs but little with minimal bleeding that is thought not bleeding.
In women who have a partner with a small penis size, especially at an extreme point (micropenis / microphallus) it may not tear the hymen.
So, there are so many things that can cause a woman to not bleed during the first sexual intercourse and this is not an absolute sign that a woman is not a virgin.
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That is what I can say, semog useful.