The hymen has actually long been the specification for figuring out virginity. When it is gone, it is gone! The hymen is called the slim membrane layer that borders the ready for the va gina. The job of the opening is to enable menstruation blood and also various other secretions out.
Some have very small openings, and some even have multiple openings in the hymen. Rarely, a woman will have a closed hymen, which is called Imperforate, but that requires medical intervention.
Here are the few facts about the hymen you need to know:
To many, virginity means you have not yet had s ex but losing virginity does not necessarily mean the pe nis meeting a va gina. There are other things that could make you ‘pop that cherry’ unknowingly.
By the time you decide to have s ex, your hymen may already be undetectable. It can stretch or tear or easily rub away. Activities like biking, gymnastics, using tampons, fingering, and masturbation can all cause the hymen to move out of the way on its own without sexual penetrations.
Your hymen can be hard to see: If you try to look for yours, it may be difficult to pinpoint. If you don’t know what you are looking for, you will have a really hard time telling the difference because it will be a fleshy coloured membrane in a place where you have flaps and folds and hair, Experts says.
There is a good chance you won’t bleed the first time you have intercourse: While some women experience a few drops of blood the first time they have vaginal s ex, it is pretty rare, because of all the reasons mentioned above. From research, It does not really take that much to fully open the hymen.
You are in control of your virginity, if not your hymen: There are some major problems with the concept of losing your virginity. It should not be something that someone takes from you. The most important thing is to keep yourself safe!