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    No Bleeding?
    An_242974 posted:
    do virgins actually bleed their first time at having sex? yes i know it is a dumb question but i ask because i remember my first time and didnt bleed at all so it possible to have sex for the first time and not bleed? I am now 35 yrs and have two kids but i dont remember ever bleeding
    dfgbull responded:
    Not all virgins bleed. The bleeding is happens when the hymen is torn which frequently happens the first time; however, the hymen can be torn many other ways (bike riding, horseback riding sports activities to name a few) and sometimes even with intercourse it is not torn. Also sometimes even when it is torn the bleeding is such a small amount, it is not noticed.

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