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What Happens To Your Body When You Lose Your Virginity? 

Having sex for the first time is a significant thing. It’s important because it can lead to many changes in your body and feelings. If you’re thinking about having sex for the first time, it’s natural to wonder about these changes.

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Many people choose to have sex before marriage, and that’s okay. It’s up to you to decide if you want to explore sex. The main thing is if you feel ready. Don’t let what others think stop you, and don’t do it just because someone wants you to. If you feel prepared and curious about the changes that come with having sex for the first time, keep reading to learn what to expect.

The Key Takeaway.

  • The question everyone asks before having sex for the first time is how the female body changes. Does it change in a way that will make it obvious that you’re not sexually active anymore? The truth is, yes, your body does change after having sex for the first time. Some changes are temporary, but some of them might stay.
  • The first time you have sex is a big deal. You might feel like saving yourself for the right person, but your natural sexual desires tell you to go for it. You need to be careful when you make the decision to have sex for the first time. Make sure you’re doing it with someone you trust and when you’re ready. 
  • Sex should be fun and exciting. Don’t let it be something that you regret. Explore your sexuality and enjoy the pleasure of those multiple orgasms. Just make sure that you’re being safe and smart about it.

What Does Losing Your Virginity Mean?

If you’ve never had sex, then you’re considered a virgin. It sounds simple when you put it that way.

These days, the meaning has been twisted to not seem as straightforward and simple as that. And that’s because people have different ideas of what counts as sex. But traditionally, losing your virginity is the first time vaginal penetration is involved.

Will Losing My Virginity Hurt?

One of the main worries when it comes to losing your virginity is the pain. You might be scared that it will hurt, or that you won’t be able to move after sex. Losing your virginity can change the way your vagina feels and this can cause some pain. But it’s not guaranteed that your first time will be painful.

Some women have a lot of hymenal tissue in their vagina, while others don’t. This means that some women might feel pain and bleeding the first time they have sex, while others might not. It’s different for everyone. If you feel pain, it will get better over time, and the tissue in your vagina will stretch more as you have more sex.

Mostly, the pain that you’d feel is because there’s not enough natural lubrication in your vagina. You might be so nervous about having sex for the first time that your body isn’t as turned on as it usually is and is most likely contracting, so it doesn’t make the natural lubrication that it normally would. To avoid this, have a sex lubricant ready to go.

Can I Get Pregnant After It?

Whether it’s the first time or the hundredth time you have sex, there’s always a chance of getting pregnant. Even if the condom package says it’s 99% effective, you can’t be totally sure.

If you’re ovulating (meaning you’re most likely to get pregnant) when you have sex, you’re at high risk of getting pregnant, especially if you don’t use a condom or other reliable methods of contraception.

What Happens To My Body When I Lose My Virginity?

Bigger/Fuller Breasts.

When you lose your virginity, a lot of hormones and chemicals are released into your body. This will cause some changes in your body. One of the first changes will be to your breasts. They might feel bigger and fuller, and your nipples might become more sensitive. This change is temporary though, and your breasts will go back to normal once your hormones balance out again.

You’ll Be Ridiculously Happy.

After losing your virginity, you can feel extremely happy and excited (this doesn’t happen to everyone). This is because of the hormones that are released into your body when you have sex. Oxytocin and dopamine are released, which make you feel REALLY GOOD. You might feel really happy and full of energy for a while after you have sex for the first time.

Your Vagina Widens.

Another change that happens after you have sex is in your vagina. Before you have sex, your sexual organs are basically just sitting there. Once you start having sex, things start to change. Your clitoris and vagina will widen a bit, and your uterus will swell up a bit too, but that’s for a few days. Over time, your vagina will get used to the changes and its natural lubrication patterns will adjust too.

Bleeding Can’t Be Overruled.

You might be wondering if you will bleed the first time you have sex. The answer is, it depends on your hymen. Your hymen is a thin piece of tissue that stretches across your vagina. If it doesn’t stretch enough during penetration, you might bleed a little bit.

Some women don’t bleed the first time they have sex, but might bleed during the next sex. This could be because their hymen is naturally stretchy, or because they’re active in sports or have had other kinds of penetrative sex.

Note that if you eventually bleed, it can last a few seconds, minutes, hours and to a couple of days. Be prepared for anything.

Glowing Up Is A Thing Too.

One of the best things that happens after you have sex for the first time is that you’ll start to glow! Your skin will look brighter and healthier. This is because of all the happy hormones that get released when you have sex. You’ll feel so good about yourself and your body, and it’ll show on your face. 

You might even need an excuse for the glow because everyone will notice it! 😂

Late Periods.

Don’t panic if you’re late for your period. This is pretty common after having sex for the first time. It’s just your body adjusting to the changes that come with having sex. Your hormones are going through some changes, and you might even be stressing a bit because it was your first time. Just try to relax, and your body will adapt to the changes and your periods will adjust too. It’s nothing to worry about!


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