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TouchiT
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long story short: monday night. virginity lost while on period say 6 days.

concern: hymen was fiercely ripped how long does it take to heal?
to add: position done was from behind [which was NOT a good way] bled profusely [this was not menstrual blood] and the mister was "big" width wise [aftermath not pleasant]

main concern : can anything else, other than the hymen, be ripped...like say is there such thing as internal ripp-age?

thank you hope that made sense

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ErinK
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Well, there's not internal rippage in the sense of permanent damage. However, friction, fingernails, and rough skin (if you had manual sex) can lead to microtears or abrasions in vaginal tissue, which do bleed. They're like any other kind of cut on your body -- they heal in time.

If you are still profusely bleeding after three or four days, do get checked out. Otherwise, refrain from sexual activity for a few weeks to give yourself some time to recover.

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