I'm 20 years old, and I've had sex before. I never bled when I first had sex, nor all the other times that I've had sex with my partner. Years ago when we first started being intimate with each other, he fingered me and I bled, but that was only because I had gotten my period while he was doing it. Last night, the same exact thing happened except this time it was with a different guy. I enjoyed it, don't get me wrong. But after he left, I saw that I was bleeding and since this same situation happened before, I thought I was just getting my period, so I put a pad on. The next morning when I changed, I noticed there was no blood at all. Does this mean my hymen tore? I'm scared that my body is acting weird because of this, can someone help me out with my situation please?View Thread
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