I and girlfriend were messing around. She was a virgin so i tried to break her hymen with my fingers before moving on to sex but after a while some blood came out of her vigina and she said it paining to much so i removed my fingers. After a while i rubbed my penis on her vigina which had some pre-ejaculation on it. Just to be safe she took a emergency contraceptive pill. On the next day she told me that she is feeling nausae, lower abdominal pain and some blood is coming out of her vigina. She was expecting her period to start on that day but i hasnt started yet. Is she pregnant or its just the side-effect of the contraceptive pill? and Why her period is not started ? Please Help Us, we are very scard. Thank You.
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The emergency contraceptive pill can have side effects like you're describing. It also can have an effect on the menstrual cycle so your girlfriend may find that for the next couple of months her period doesn't come when she expects it to.
A word about the hymen (more commonly called the corona these days): In most women it's not something that can be "broken". It's a stretchy membrane that already has holes in it. The menstrual blood needs some way to get out, so the corona definitely isn't solid. Your girlfriend may have bled when you put your fingers in her not because the hymen was breakking but because the vagina is very sensitive and sometimes fingers in the vagina can cause little tiny tears when the body isn't relaxed and aroused enough for that type of sexual activity.
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