Cherry popping during sex
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It is just some stretching that is generally not extremely traumatic or painful if a person is relaxed, aroused, into the activity that is going on, and is with a partner who takes their time and listens. I'd guess that you just didn't have the experience that we've been conditioned to expect when one's "cherry pops. Usually what occurs is a stretching of the hymen during insertive activities. But except in cases of severe trauma or assault, it is generally not the gushing torrents of blood that we often read about in fiction.
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Beyond that, it's not uncommon for one's hymen to stretch and wear away through adolescence due to things like physical activity, accidents or trauma , tampon usage, masturbation, etc. Now that we're hopefully clearer on what a hymen really is, let's move on to who has one. To say I was horrified is an understatement. If you're worried about your sexual health and your ability to bear children if you desire later, your best bet would be to make sure that you are taking good care of your sexual health right now. If you've been sexually active and have successfully participated in insertive activities with partners, you almost certainly have worn away much of your hymen. In this instance, the hymen is snipped away to allow for comfortable insertion. In rarer cases, there are some people who may have a stubborn hymen that prevents insertion of anything or even more rarely does not allow for the passage of menstrual fluid.
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Can you seriously hear your cherry popping
Also, it's important to understand that hymen's don't "pop" or even necessarily break. Although they can look different, there are a few ways to tell if the hymen has been broken or cherry popped. I'd guess that you just didn't have the experience that we've been conditioned to expect when one's "cherry pops. Instead, it's nothing more than a thin membrane across the opening of the vaginal canal. Typically, what is left of one's hymen will have many holes and openings or may only be a slight residual ring around the vaginal opening. It is just some stretching that is generally not extremely traumatic or painful if a person is relaxed, aroused, into the activity that is going on, and is with a partner who takes their time and listens. So many, many women don't have much of a hymen left by the time they first become sexually active at all.
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