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Is it necessary to bleed while having intercourse for the first time ?

Is there any chance of bleeding after having sex at the first time with a 20 years old girl? We love each other and we want to have sex very soon. we are very worried about it!!! is it a sexual problem? if the bleeding doesn t occurs then what we will understand?
Asked On : Wed, 6 Apr 2011
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It is a common thinking & a misconception in people that a girl should bleed after first sex to prove that she is virgin.If you have sex for the first time there are chances of bleeding but it is not necessary that it will happen.If the bleeding does not occur then also you can't say that she is not a virgin because hymenal tear can occur due to vigorous exercise;cycling;overstretching like in gymnastics etc.So please don't let these things come in your mind & maintain your healthy relationship.

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