What happens the first time you have sex? Does it hurt to lose your virginity? , it may hurt, or feel good, or both. There might be pain and bleeding the first time a penis or fingers go into your vagina, but it doesnБt happen to everybody. Some people naturally have more hymenal tissue than others Б this pain and bleeding can happen when their hymen gets stretched. If pain and bleeding doesnБt get better after the first time you have vaginal sex (penis-in-vagina), you can slowly stretch your hymen tissue with your fingers over time to make it less painful. In rare cases, people may need to see a doctor for a small procedure to open their hymen. If you\’re worried about your hymen or have pain during sex, talk with your doctor or visit your local. You may also have pain or irritation during vaginal sex if your vagina isnБt lubricated (wet) enough. ItБs totally normal to not have a lot of, and it doesnБt mean anythingБs wrong with you or your partner. Using
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For people with a penis, penis-in-vagina sex isnБt usually painful. Sometimes friction during sex causes irritation on your penis, but using can fix this. If you have pain in your penis or genitals during sex, it could be a sign that somethingБs wrong. Go to a nurse, doctor, or your local to get checked out. The skin on your anus and rectum is delicate, and it doesnБt make its own lubrication the way vaginas do. So using lube reduces friction, which helps prevent pain and tearing. Going slowly and making sure youБre relaxed are also important. Some people donБt ever like the way anal sex feels, even if they do all these things Б thatБs totally normal and okay. Nobody should have sex that feels uncomfortable or painful. If something hurts, stop. And if youБre having pain during any type of sex that doesnБt go away, visit your doctor or your local. Can you get pregnant when you lose your virginity? YES! , pregnancy can happen б Б whether it\’s your first time or your hundredth time having sex. Pregnancy can also happen if cum gets on or near your (your outside genitals), or if fingers that have wet cum on them touch your vulva or vagina.
Remember: it only takes one tiny sperm to cause pregnancy. ThatБs why lots of people use and condoms whenever they have sex. Using birth control is the best way to prevent pregnancy if you have penis-in-vagina sex. Adding condoms gives you extra pregnancy protection and Б BONUS Б helps protect you from, too. б Is it possible for a penis to not fit into a vagina? It\’s possible, but itБs not very common. Vaginas are pretty stretchy. Most vaginas are between 3 and 7 inches long. And vaginas can stretch much longer and wider during sex and childbirth. But rarely, some penises wonБt fit comfortably into some vaginas. or other areas, it can feel uncomfortable or painful. You can usually avoid it by trying different positions, going slower, or asking your partner not to put their penis in as deep. When a woman has vaginal sex for the first time, it can be a little painful. You may also have some bleeding, but this isn\’t always the case. If bleeding happens, it\’s usually because your hymen has been broken during sexual intercourse.
The hymen is a small, thinPpiece of skin that can either partially or totally cover the entrance to your vagina. You may have already broken your hymen without knowing about itP for example, when playing sports or using a tampon. When a man has sex for the first time, it shouldn\’t hurt, but you can make it easier for your partnerPthrough foreplay, making sure there\’s plenty of lubrication, and by being gentle and going slowly. Anal sex can be painful for men and women the first time, and there may be a little bleeding. There are things you can do to lessen any pain, such as slow penetration and using a lot of water-based lubrication. Some people find that inserting fingers into the anus before penetration can help. Pain during sex is quite common, and affects men and women. It can be caused by a variety of things, such as an illness orPinfection, or a physical or psychological problem. Sex may be uncomfortable if you\’re not relaxed and aroused. Make time for foreplay and try not to think of penetrative sex as the main goal. Penetration will be painful if the vagina is not lubricated.
You can also try using lubrication. If you\’re usingPpolyurethane condoms that aren\’t made of latex, any kind of lubricant is fine. But don\’t use oil-based lubricantsP such as lotion, body oil or petroleum jelly (Vaseline) Pwith latex or polyisoprene condoms because they can damage the condom and make it more likely to split. If you\’re still finding it difficult to have sex, there may be an emotional reason, or anxietyPcould bePcausing problems. It may help to speak to a counsellor or sex therapist about any worries you have. Ask a GP or healthcare professional at a sexual health or genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinic about a referral. Common infections such asP and Pcan alsoPcause pain during sex. They can be easily treated with over-the-counter remedies. See a GP or visit a GUM clinic if you\’re not sure what\’s causing the problem. PFeeling sorePor itchyPcan sometimes be a sign of aP. Pain deep inside the pelvis (pain felt below your belly button) can be a sign of a more serious condition, such as, so it\’s importantPto seePa GP to get it checked out.