Need info on virginity seal thingy

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  1. dan7564

    dan7564 New Member

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    Iv'e heard about some girls bleeding from their virgina when they loose their virginity. From what iv'e gathered its some sort of seal that can break at any time, and not walways during sex, perhaps during a sports lesson or somthing. Anyway, my girlfriend says it hurts when we have sex, and we have had it since christmas.

    So i had a therory, what if her seal hasn't broken yet? what if i keep kinda pushing it (thus the pain) but not enough to break it?

    Although shes been having her periods for years, doesn't that mean that it mustave broken? otherwise the blood would pool inside?

    Im not sure on the details on this seal thing so couold someone enlighten me please.
     
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    Google "hymen" that will tell you all you need to know. If you've been having sex for 6 months it should be broken.
     
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    blueyedcouple New Member

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    I know that after I break the seal I have to go every five minutes !
     
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    haha that was the first thing that came to my mind also lol
     
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    Okay, first as Mikedog said, it's called a hymen. Secondly, there is an opening in the hymen that would allow blood to pass through without it being broken. For any further info, take Mikedog's advice.