I always make sure he uses a condom though, because hes had partners in the past and I don't want to contract an STD. Learning to relax our muscles -- including of and around the vagina -- is something that can take more than a couple of days. Im not exactly sure on the correct terms, but she didn't diagnose me with anything, just said I was very small. Ive had sex twice since then, and it hasn't hurt as bad the last time, yet the spotting is still there. A tear of the vaginal opening is a pretty severe injury, not something minor like this sounds to be, and again, that is only likely to happen with something like assault. Taking time over a couple of days -- especially when my sense is you two haven't taken months of having other kinds of sex, including things like fingers in your vagina -- might have made you emotionally more comfortable, but physically, that isn't really going to do anything.
If and when it is, it's because something is wrong or missing -- like being too anxious and not relaxed enough, feeling any kind of pressure or hurry, not being turned on enough, doing things in a position, angle, depth or speed that isn't right for you, not using lube, what have you.
Does a woman always bleed when she has sex for the first time?
Sorry about my terminology! Its not heavy at all but its bright red and have a feeling it will proabbly last for a few more days. Previous topic Next topic. But a credible GYN knows that, and also knows there is no such thing as a "bigger" or "smaller" vagina. Has your withdrawal bleed been regular on the pill?