I Am Virgin
So why do people ask this question? Girls who are virgins usually have a hymen, a very thin piece of skin-like tissue that partly covers the opening of the vagina. The first time a girl has sex, the hymen stretches and may tear and bleed a little. That is why people say the hymen is "broken."
I Am Virgin
Generally speaking, height and weight have no effect on the size of your vagina. Many tall women use small cups and many smaller women use larger cups. For teens and virgins, we often recommend smaller cups (like Lily Cup Compact Size A) because cups like this tend to be easier to insert and handle for first-timers.
When i checked the cervix omly 1 finger or maybe 2 going inside Iam little bit sceptical about inserting a cup which is somehow think in volume. What if it is painful? And like pads why i never saw ads on cups. Is it because not better for virgins or singles who never inserted anything? And what if it create some infection inside?? Please please need answer as soon possible.
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Q: I am 25 years old. I weigh 57 kg, and I am about to get married after two days. Its an arranged marriage. My fiance lives abroad and he came to India 3 days ago. We met for the fist time and both of us were excited to see each other. The next day we met alone and he forcefully kissed and caressed me by pressing my breasts. It seems when he touched it, he felt it was extremely loose and lax. He has made this assumption that I have had physical relations with the person I was in love 8 years ago. I told him about my past affair the very first time we were introduced by our parents and so did he about his. So I have no means to prove whether he is a virgin. I didn't have any physical relations with my ex-boyfriend and I am a virgin. Earlier he was happy to accept me with my past and was glad that I was a virgin as I claimed honestly. Now he says that I must have had sex because my breast is loose and he has humiliated me. He says that it sags only when a man touches it and there is no other way. I told him that I am ready to prove my virginity by going to a doctor. He says that there is no way that it can be proved. He argues that it was touched a thousand times. I am totally lost, please tell me how can I prove it. I have PCOS and had high prolactin levels at 30.5. After treatment with metformin and contraceptive pills my problem is alright now. I have lost a lot of weight, which I gained due to the hormonal imbalance by exercise and diet. I don't know why is it lax and the nipples small. I feel suicidal, please help me. The wedding is in 2 days and our relationship has gone sore already.
In general, a pelvic exam or a vaginal exam cannot reveal with absolute certainty that a woman is a virgin or has been sexually active. It is always better to have an honest discussion with your gynecologist about your sexual history. This makes it easier for them to look for the early signs of pregnancy and test you for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), such as gonorrhea and genital herpes. You can also discuss proper methods of birth control with them.
Every person is unique. Many people believe in the concept of virginity and hold it sacred. Though being a virgin or being a responsible sexually active person is a personal choice, an intact hymen has been used as proof of virginity in the past. The truth is that the hymen is a flexible piece of mucosal tissue that may be thick, thin or even absent in some women. In some women, using a tampon, vigorous cycling, exercises and masturbatory activities may cause the hymen to rupture.
Hymenoplasty or hymen restoration is a procedure that repairs a ripped or torn hymen. The hymen is a ring-like skin membrane partially covering the opening of the vagina. The biological function of the hymen is still under debate. However, its social function is widely known for its virginity status when intact.
The whole idea about the absence of part of the hymen means you are not a virgin is erroneous. It is your choice to retain your virginity or experience sexual intimacy with another person without pressure or impairment (such as from drugs or alcohol). Virginity cannot be lost or taken by someone else. This is important to understand because you are in charge of your body and of your sexuality.
This is one of the most frequently asked questions by young people who are interested in menstrual cups but who are worried about using them if they are a virgin. The following is a guide that will help dispel the most popular myth regarding menstrual cups and their relationship with virginity.
The hymen is a thin tissue that covers the vagina. The hymen may cover the entire vagina or part of the vagina; some people are born without a hymen at all! The hymen can be worn down over months or years due to bike riding, sports, doctor examinations, tampons, and other activities. A person may be a virgin but not have an intact hymen.
Inserting a menstrual cup is not sexual intercourse, so even if you stretch or tear the hymen, (if it has not already been worn down), this does not mean you are no longer a virgin. The state of the hymen is not a reliable indicator to prove or disprove virginity.
Laparoscopic surgery in adult virgin women is not common in Western communities and is extremely underreported in the medical literature. Intra-abdominal pressure is referred to in the literature as a safe measure to overcome entry-related complications,7 and some reports indicate that an increase in intra-abdominal pressure of over 20 mmHg for a period of 5 minutes is associated with changes in heart rate, mean arterial blood pressure, arterial oxygen saturation, and intratracheal pressure that are still within the normal range.8 Other reports advocate the use of higher intra-abdominal pressure for additional safety to protect against organ injury because there are no changes in cardiovascular parameters between 15 mmHg and 30 mmHg.9 In our case, we found that elevating intra-abdominal pressure to a level of 22 mmHg throughout the procedure was not only a safe measure to avoid entry-related complications but was also a very helpful maneuver to provide additional room to facilitate dealing with the large adnexal lesion laparoscopically in the absence of the intravaginal uterine manipulator (due to the need to preserve virginity).
Other approaches may also be considered. A personal communication with colleagues in the Middle East (where laparoscopic interventions in virgin patients are not uncommon) suggested using gauze attached to ovum forceps to manipulate the uterus via the rectum and may be considered as an alternative technique in such cases.
I am an 18 year old female, and I masturbate very often. I just rub my vagina, but I do not finger myself. I get really tempted to finger it. Whenever I try to do so, I get nervous and just finish it off by rubbing my vagina. Is it safe to finger my vagina? If yes, how do I do it? What are the safest ways to do it and how often should I do it? Is my hymen going to break if I do so? Will I lose my virginity? Also, is it weird that my vagina becomes wet when I am aroused?
This is completely and utterly false. Your urethral entrance (the hole your pee comes out) is a tiny hole that is separate from your vaginal opening. This means that even if you define loss of virginity as a broken hymen there is nothing to worry about, as the catheter does not go near it. 041b061a72