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jazzie_jo
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I need some help here...
I'm a 13 year old girl who is a virgin, not yet considering sexual intercourse, but I am worried that, as I have a very thick fully-intact hymen, when I am ready for (sorry to be graphic) something to go in my vagina, it will not literally be able to get in! Any advice?
(And I do realise that my hymen could break from other causes)
Thanks from Jo

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ErinK
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If your hymen does not erode on its own due to natural activity, your doctor can perform a simple medical procedure to remove it. If you're concerned about it, the best person to talk to is your doctor.

Check out Pink Parts Female Sexual Anatomy to learn all about your body and your hymen.

Erin


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