You may have learned in sex ed and conversations that some pain may accompany the loss of your virginity, but what if that pain persists after the fact? How can women know if pain after losing virginity is normal? Many factors go into the degree of pain you may experience when you have sex the first or third time, such as foreplay, lubrication or extra hymen tissue. Where there are questions, there is a plethora of answers. Not everyone feels pain while having sex, and that mainly comes down to making the experience mutually satisfying, but also other natural factors that can be outside of your control.
Is it normal to be itchy after losing virginity?
Virginity loss, blood spots, itching/burning -Doctors Lounge(TM)
Sign up or log in to share. If it itches like hell and you just want to rip the area out and allergy pills don't help then you most likely have a yeast infection. It's nothing serious. You might notice some white discharge as well. You could also dulate some vinegar with warm water and wash the area with the solution. Since the vagina is an acidic environment and candida starts growing when the ph value is not low enough, vinegar helps restore the balance and soothes the itching. This could be from friction and little micro abrasions from doing it for the first time.
Itchy after losing virginity?
Yes it is normal! Just think if you have had a paper cut, or any tearing of the skin, it hurts like a dickins with washing, water etc. The hymen is a very thin piece of skin - with nerves and blood vessels so you will have the EXACT same thing happening down there as if you had a bad paper cut on your hand! Keep the area clean and dry, and do not have sex again until the hymen and vaginal opening has healed! NEVER try having any unprotected sex - even for a second!
Sign up or log in to share. If it itches like hell and you just want to rip the area out and allergy pills don't help then you most likely have a yeast infection. It's nothing serious.