im 21 years old and i lost my virgin to my current and soon to be husband last year. we have had sex for about 1 year and i dont know how to explain my condition. i didnt bleed during my 1st intercourse with him but it does hurt(a LOT). a virgin doesnt always bleed when it popped right? another big problem of mine is that i had this pain(for as long as i can remember after losing my virgnity)is at my vagina. i think its the hymen section thing.i dont know if mine is normal or microperforate hymen. me and my bf sexually actve and we both do it like 3 times a day(if we meet). the 2nd time and aftrwards always hurt. he told me there's blood and my vagina is like torned (everytime). and sometimes it has fester. is the hymen and labia minora the same thing?all i know is that the pai occurs at the bottom of my vagina. the pain relieve itself after 2/3 days. can u please help me..are we doing it too hard? is he too big?
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The pain that you describe could be due to incomplete rupture of hymen, possibility of repeated vaginal injury, PID, vaginal infections, cervical erosion/dysplasia etc. The exact cause can only be made out after thorough examination and tests like vaginal swab/smear test, PAP smear test, etc. You should consider visiting your doctor/gynecologist soon. If infection is detected, get your partner also treated simultaneously to prevent re-infection. If hymen is found to be the problem, surgical rupture would be attempted to ease your symptoms. Drink plenty of water.
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