I am still! I know mine is not entirely intact, because I did a lot of horseback riding as a child. But as I'm not a tampon-user nor wish to become one , I'm not exactly sure how painful intercourse will be, for the first time, nor what will happen to the hymen. I always assumed it was a thin membrane that, upon penetration, would shrink evenly to the sides.
The hymen is not a membrane that partially covers the vaginal opening?
The hymen is a soft ring of tissue located just behind the entrance to the vagina. It does not close the vagina. A woman does not necessarily bleed when she has sexual intercourse for the first time. It is equally common to not bleed as to bleed the first time.
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The hymen is very elastic
It's more like a scrunchy, in function as well as in looks. You can stretch a scrunchy right? You can stretch a hymen too. This fear of breaking the hymen has been keeping women from paying attention to their menstrual hygiene.
These are two completely different things. Olav's hospital. In several countries, women can still have surgery to reconstruct the hymen. A quick search on the Norwegian website ung. One of the myths is that there is a membrane covering the entire vaginal opening that tears when you first have intercourse. Lonne-Hoffmann debunks this myth:. In almost all women, this mucous membrane is shaped like a ring. In other words, it has an opening. It can be round, crescent-shaped or a band across the opening.