• Q&A: I Didn’t Bleed After Sex The First Time. What Should I Do?

    Not all women bleed the first time they have sex.That’s just the way it goes and there is nothing you should or need to do about it.

  • Q&A: After Sex, I Feel Very Sore. Why is this? Can I Avoid This?

    When women become very sexually excited, and when they orgasm, the pain threshold can change.

  • Q&A: My Wife Did Not Bleed At First Penetration. Is She A Virgin?

    Not all women bleed the first time they have intercourse – and that has nothing to do with their virginity!

  • Q&A: I Found Blood After Using a Sex Toy. What Should I Do?

    It is not uncommon for women to notice small amounts of blood after vaginal penetration.

  • Q&A: Why Didn’t I Bleed When I Lost My Virginity?

    Bleeding during sex is also not a sign of being healthy or unhealthy; it’s just a reflection of how much hymen tissue a woman has, which varies for every woman.

  • Q&A: I Tore My Frenulum. Should I Be Concerned?

    The frenulum is tissue on the midline of a man’s penis. If it is torn during masturbation or sex, it may result in bleeding and pain.

  • Q&A: I Bled During Fingering. Should I Be Concerned?

    Cuts that result from sex play are quite small and often heal well on their own. Occasionally, vaginal cuts may require medical attention for proper healing.