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It is necessary for bleeding during first intercourse ???

Asked by umesh upadhyay, 23 Aug '07 10:45 am
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No, It is not necessary for bleeding during Ist Intercourse Because Hymen is a thin membrane that covers the vagina. It may or may not be present at birth. In some women, the hymen only has some tiny openings through which menstrual blood can escape, but in others, the hymen is just a rim of tissue. Sometimes it just folds naturally along the walls of the vagina. Not every virgin has a kind of hymen that could appear to "pop" with her first act of intercourse. It may get broken without one's knowledge while doing certain activities such as some sports or athletics. It may also get broken if one masturbates or uses tampons. If it is unbroken, a little bleeding may take place at the first intercourse, however it cannot be regarded as a test of one's virginity. Bleeding may not happen in a virgin girl if the hymen is absent since birth or it is ruptured without her knowledge during sports etc.
Answered by Subhash, 28 Aug '07 01:12 pm

 
  
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No
Answered by Jonny G, 24 Aug '07 01:43 pm

 
  
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No yaar it wont happen , it may cause due to sum infection and not more than that
Answered by shiva krishna, 23 Aug '07 03:11 pm

 
  
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Y for girl only to check virginity, wt abt boys?
Answered by Vicky, 23 Aug '07 01:10 pm

 
  
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It is a misnomer.
Bleeding occurs for two reasons...
If hymen is torn
and the vagina
is constricted due to fear
and newness

regards
Answered by AYYAMPALAYAM RAGHAVENDRARAO, 23 Aug '07 10:59 am

 
  
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No. not necesary
Answered by celina Dmello, 23 Aug '07 10:52 am

 
  
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