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First time intercourse, had unbearable pain, had bleeding, partner could not feel insertion during intercourse. What does that mean?

hi, i am 29 and got married yesterday,during my first time sex i felt unbearable pain i did bleed after sex so it means that my hymen had been torn but my husband says he did not feel insertion during intercourse.....what does it mean...was that only hymen was ruptured so that i felt pain or it was the pain of insertion that we both did not felt? kindly kind us.thank you
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Hi young woman, you are most welcome here over the blog of HCM and after noting well your history of complaints I am of the opinion that there is nothing wrong for of your bleeding as per vagina as mere touching hard by penis may rupture the so delicious hymen membrane and it need not any insertion well been in complete into vaginal canal and will naturally heal itself and nothing to be worried about and you are advised too for to workout deep breathing, pelvic floor and abdominal muscles' toning exercises and for the purpose you may seek services of woman sex therapist too who may give you internal relaxation exercises and wish you good luck for to enjoy life in the courtship of your nice husband free from any type of stressed tension....psy doc!
You may try the following remedy available at leading homeopathic stores:
Arnica Mont.---200 (4 drops twice daily for 5 days)

Answered: Wed, 19 Sep 2012
Dermatologist Dr. Praveen Rodrigues's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there. I empathise with your problem. However, given your history & clinical description, it does appear the pain was that related to the hymen rupture & bleeds therof. If your husband had no frenum tears or any issues, then the pain & bleed is related to your hymenal tear. It is understandable in that pain & discomfort that your husband did not 'feel' any insertion. It is also possible that he was not totally erect or had an ejaculation very quickly & hence did not feel the 'penetration'. Dont worry there is no need for speculation. It is purely semantics. I would advice you to give it 24-48 hrs rest, recuperate & the next time around things will be smoother. I further suggest you use liberal ammounts of lubricant eg durex or Ky jelly(that you can easily pick over the counter at any pharmacy) before the next attempt at coitus. Hope this advice helps & wish you a happy married & coital life!
Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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