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I recently got married. My dilemma is that I never had sex before the day I got married nor I have ever touch my private part in my life. Even my husband had to struggle to penitrate into my vigina. There wasn't a spot on our bed.I don't what my husband might have thinking ? please help

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replied July 30th, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A14792
Welcome to the forum. I am really glad to help you out. Your concern is regarding the doubts your husband might have about your virginity as you did not bleed on the first night.

Losing of virginity is a subjective term only as earlier it was thought that rupture of the hymen during intercourse which is a thin membrane in the vagina is the sign of losing virginity. However, nowadays with so many sporting activities in which women are involved hymen breaks down even before the intercourse. This hymen can be torn during vigorous exercises or horse riding also and sometimes it is so rigid that it does not tear even after the intercourse. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.

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