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lovely16
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Is it true after you loose your virginty your body starts to change ?? & after i lost my virginity i had a cut and was very sore for days , did anyone else feel this way ?
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Heather
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Engaging in intercourse does not change anyone's body unless something results from it that creates changes, like a pregnancy or infection or injury.

Soreness is something you may experience after any intercourse, first time or 301st, if and when you were not aroused or relaxed enough, did not use adequate lubricant, had a partner who was rough or hasty, and if and when something does result like an infection.

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