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How long after a girl's first time should they bleed for and how heavy should they bleed? There aren't any "shoulds" here. Not all women bleed with first-time intercourse or other kinds of vaginal entry: Why some yoi do -- and for how long they do -- and some don't also varies. As to how many women do and don't bleed after first intercourse, very little scientific study has been done on that. That's unsurprising since bleeding from one specific act of intercourse rather than it happening with frequency often doesn't have any real medical relevance, and healthcare providers and sex educators -- if we've done our homework -- also pretty much have the answers we need already.
What happens the first time you have sex?
One study which was done, cited by my friend Hanne Blank in her book, Virgin: We say at least because in her study, some of the women she asked about it couldn't remember. And if that surprises you, please understand that the idea no one will ever forget every detail of their first time simply doesn't hold up to reality: We know that some women have bleeding and that others have none. For those who do, how much is something else that varies, largely because what causes the bleeding varies. Some women who have bleeding will only lightly spot for a few hours, others will have near- period level bleeding for a day or two, some more or for even longer.
For the most part, Slutload mature gangbang like bleeding from any other part of your body, bleeding that comes with or follows intercourse or any other kind of sex is due to an injury. How can injury happen during sex? In a few different ways: In other words, it may be possible, in that their partner can manage to force their penis or whatever else into the vagina, but it often won't feel good to that receptive partnerand often results in tearing of or abrasions to the tissues of the vulva, vagina or cervix. Suffice it to say, if a woman isn't consenting to sex at all, but is sexually assaulted, bleeding is very common for this reason.
When a partner is too rough. If a partner is too rough or forceful with their penis, fingers or a sex toy, whether a woman is aroused or not, that can cause injury and bleeding. Because of an infection or other medical condition. For instance, the sexually transmitted infection Chlamydia can sometimes cause bleeding with intercourse. So can endometriosis, fibroid tumors, vaginitis, yeast infections, uterine or cervical polyps, cervical dysplasia and other kinds of cervicitis, and more rarely, cervical cancer.
Because of cervical tenderness during pregnancysome pregnant women experience bleeding from intercourse, too. Another possibility for women much older than you are is that menopause is playing a part: If the corona or hymen is still in the process Do you always bleed when you lose your virginity wearing away or has worn away very little, and that intercourse or entry tears in which case this is bleeding usually actually due to 2stretches or erodes it. This is the reason people tend to most commonly think is why vaginal bleeding with intercourse happens: Age can be a big factor when this is the cause.
Because this tissue wears away over time, the younger a woman or girl is when she has intercourse the more likely it is that there's more of the corona to wear away, and the more likely it is there will be some bleeding. Consider that in our modern day, for as much as you hear adults talking about how young people having sex in their teens and twenties are, many women in history, and in some places still, had first intercourse and marriage at even younger ages than now. So, when it comes to specifically hymenal bleeding, it's something we likely see less of now than we did or more years ago.
As well, arousal and lubrication is an issue with this one, too. The corona is usually very stretchy and flexible, so even someone who has one that's not yet eroded enough to be totally out of the way can have pleasurable sex without bleeding from that tissue when they are aroused and lubricated enough, be that lubrication from their own bodies or from a bottle. In that case, the corona often just slides to the side of the vaginal opening a lot like the inner labia stay to the side during intercourse. Based on what we know from medicine, and what sex educators know from talking to people about this, the first three situations are the most common causes of vaginal bleeding, not the last.
The same people also often think first-time intercourse usually or always will be -- or even should be -- painful. And that's not true, either. The most common reasons for intercourse being painful are also often 1 - 3 above, not 4. To understand why people think the way they do about this, it's helpful to consider history. We get asked what you're asking a lot, and have a lot of women writing in worried that they didn't bleed, and also hear from male partners who don't trust the sexual history of female partners who didn't bleed. So, I'm going to dig in here. For a very long time, before there was the better understanding of women's bodies and sexuality we have in this century and some of the last, it was near-universally thought that women who had not had intercourse or any other kind of vaginal entry had a seal on the front of their vaginas the hymen which was only "broken" by their first sexual partner.
The idea was that when that was broken -- people still talk about "popping the cherry " and this is where that comes from -- a woman would bleed, and if a woman did not bleed during first intercourse, that's because someone else "broke her seal" already. Some of this was based in ignorance, and some in seriously hardcore sexism and viewing women, and our bodies, as property. The idea that women needed to prove a male partner or spouse got what they paid for through most of history, marriage involved financial exchanges and benefits when they married a virgin was the norm for most of history in many cultures, most certainly including Western culture.
The idea that bleeding proved a man had truly "broken in" a woman via intercourse was, and sometimes still is, popular. The idea that "breaking in" or "deflowering" a woman was about male power and prowess, same deal. Historically, there have also been some issues of cultural expectations for men and women alike afoot around this, like the notion that a marriage wasn't really bonafide unless it had been consummated, so blood on the sheets proved a married couple had had sex. Some ideas around virginity, first intercourse and bleeding as proof of virginity also involved paternity.
Does it hurt to lose your virginity? The first time you have vaginal sex, it may hurt, or feel good, or both. Some people naturally have more hymenal tissue than others — this pain and bleeding can happen when their hymen gets stretched. In rare cases, people may need to see a doctor for a small procedure to open their hymen. If you're worried about your hymen or have pain during sex, talk with your doctor or visit your local Planned Parenthood health center.
Using lube can help make sex more comfortable. Sometimes friction during sex causes irritation on your penis, but using youf can fix this. Go to a nurse, doctor, or your local Planned Parenthood health center to get checked out. So using lube reduces friction, which helps prevent pain and tearing. Nobody should have sex that feels uncomfortable or painful. If something hurts, stop. Can you get pregnant when you lose your virginity?