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Added 2nd July 2010 03:00 AM

Can virgins have sex?
Dear Dr,
Can a virgin male who is not circumcised break the hymen after having protected sex with a girl? Won’t this cause a lot of bleeding and transmission of an STD in case one partner has one?
Ford

Can virgins have sex?
Dear Dr,
Can a virgin male who is not circumcised break the hymen after having protected sex with a girl? Won’t this cause a lot of bleeding and transmission of an STD in case one partner has one?
Ford

Can virgins have sex?
Dear Dr,
Can a virgin male who is not circumcised break the hymen after having protected sex with a girl? Won’t this cause a lot of bleeding and transmission of an STD in case one partner has one?
Ford

Dear Ford,
The hymen is a membrane at the entrance to a woman’s vagina if she has never had penetration. During sex, it breaks to allow the erect penis to enter the vagina.
When the hymen breaks, there is usually a little bit of bleeding. This amount of bleeding varies from woman to woman. Some women do not have any.

Any male, circumcised or uncircumcised, can break the hymen with penetration. The ‘protection’ or condom only prevents the transmission of disease and pregnancy.
The bleeding which occurs after breaking of the hymen for a girl’s first sex is usually little.

If both partners have been virgins, then there may not be STD, since both have never had sex. The bleeding will not lead to transmission of an STD.
Dr. Paul Semugoma

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