Also, bleeding after sex can happen any time in your life—not just the first time. Lube is an absolute must-have more on that later , but if that doesn't help get things running smoothly, you should consult your doctor or a gynecologist to see if you may have a condition called vaginismus , which makes it really hard for anything to enter the vagina. Comfort with a new partner often takes time and communication, and that goes for both men and women. The incorrect, pretty problematic myth that everyone with a vagina bleeds the first time they have penetrative sex is, as is turns out, very much not true! Want to get the hottest sex positions, the wildest confessions, and the steamiest secrets right to your inbox? But just so you can make your first time as pleasurable as possible, here are some tips from sex therapist Vanessa Marin and psychotherapist Nicole Tammelleo. Sign up for our sex newsletter ASAP. If you tell someone you've never had sex before and they freak, then they're probably not someone you wanted to be with anyway.
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