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Not Everyone Bleeds Their First Time Having Sex
Does a woman always bleed when she has sex for the first time? - NHS
If you have a vagina, you might bleed because the penetration tears the hymen. The hymen is a membrane near the opening of your vagina. Your hymen may already have a hole in it by the time you have sex for the first time. Think about it: How else would period blood come out? If your hymen is totally closed, you have a rare condition called an imperforate hymen.
Does a woman always bleed when she has sex for the first time?
Everyone born with a vagina has a hymen, a collar of tissue at the entrance to your vagina. Just as all bodies are different, hymens are also different. Looking at a hymen does not tell you anything about virginity. Throughout history, patriarchal cultures have used the sexual history of girls and women to determine their status and value, as well as the status of their families and communities.
Back to Sexual health. No, not always. Some women will bleed after having sex for the first time, while others will not. Both are perfectly normal.