I recently had sex with my gf. She is not virgin but when I tried to penetrate her she seems painful. And she told me her hymen is still intact. I not so sure about this as I touch and look it does not seems she still has the hymen. Once a female had sex usually hymen is not visible, am I correct?
Though I manage to penetrate eventually but this really scared me. I did wear condom and after I ejaculated, I touch my condom is wet and sticky on the outside. I got freak out as I thought my condom broke. I did add in water after that for a "test" but no leakage. Could it be her fluid that she produce during sex? Because when I finger her it is wet too. So I am not sure does female produce such fluid during sex? And could she be pregnant?
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I'm going to give you some information to read about the hymen, or as we now call it, the corona. The corona is a membrane, and is not, in the majority of people, compeltely solid. Also, there are many things that cause it to wear away or completely disappear, not just sex.
Here's that article. I think reading it will clear up this confusion for you.
Yes, what you felt on the outside of your condom was probably your girlfriend's vaginal secretions. Vaginas usually have some wetness, even when there is no sex. The cervix secretes mucus on a daily basis, and there are glands around the outside of the vagina that, for many, secrete fluid when the person becomes aroused.
Here's some more information about anatomy that you might find helpful.
When condoms break, they really break, as in splitting or tearing. So, you'll see if it breaks. IN future, there's no need to fil the condom with water to see if there's a hole in it.
I'm not sure what you mean by asking if she could be pregnant. Are you asking if she could have gotten pregnant from the intercourse you engaged in? When engaging in sexual activities that could lead to pregnancy, as intercourse can, there's always some risk of pregnancy. However, you described using the condom properly, and there was no condom break, so the risk is really very low.
Does this information help answer your questions? If you need more information, just ask.
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