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No pain or bleeding on first sex. Broke trust. Advise?

My problem is related to sexual problm.I m a 21 yr old girl from india! When I had sex with my hsband for d first tym I neither bleed nor felt any pain..!!as I heard for d frst tym we exprnce lot of pain as well as bleeding.. Bt in my case it was opposiite.. Is it natural ?? It was quite shocking as it was my first time with someone! Due to this he broke trust on me! My relation is on sake pls help me out..
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Don't be worry
it is not necessary to feel pain and bleeding on first time sex .
usually bleeding at first time sex is due to rupture of hymen membrane. hymen membrane may
get ruptured previously during physical work [during running cycling jumping and so many other causes ]
on first sex over excitement and way of doing sex may subside pain
so trust on relation
it is only myth now a days having pain and bleeding during first sex
so enjoy your sexual life without tension
Take care
Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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