There are SO many different reactions you could have, both emotional and physical, to having sex for the first time, all of which are completely normal. As long as you use protection and are percent sure you're ready, you're in a good place. To be even more prepared, though, keep reading to find out things that no one tells you about losing your virginity. If you're thinking of having sex or if you've already started, you'll want to start talking to your doctor about it.
Not Everyone Bleeds Their First Time Having Sex
What happens when you lose your virginity? Facts and myths
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Does a woman always bleed when she has sex for the first time?
Skip navigation! Story from Sex School. When it comes to virginity, there are a lot of myths out there. What Is "Popping Your Cherry"? There are two main reasons people with vaginas might bleed after their first time having P-in-V sex: tearing the hymen and lack of lubrication.
Back to Sexual health. No, not always. Some women will bleed after having sex for the first time, while others will not. Both are perfectly normal. A woman may bleed when she has penetrative sex for the first time because of her hymen stretching or tearing.