What happens the first time you have sex? Virginity What happens the first time you have sex? But one of the most important parts of being prepared for sex is making sure you use birth control and condoms to help prevent pregnancy and STDs.
Does it hurt to lose your virginity? The first time you have vaginal sex, it may hurt, or feel good, or both. Some people naturally have more hymenal tissue than others — this pain and bleeding can happen when their hymen gets stretched.
In rare cases, people may need to see a doctor for a small procedure to open their hymen. If you're worried about your hymen or have pain during sex, talk with your doctor or visit your local Planned Parenthood health center. Using lube can help make sex more comfortable. Sometimes friction during sex causes irritation on your penis, but using lube can fix this.
Go to a nurse, doctor, or your local Planned Parenthood health center to get checked out. So using lube reduces friction, which helps prevent pain and tearing.
Nobody should have sex that feels uncomfortable or painful. If something hurts, stop. Can you get pregnant when you lose your virginity? Pregnancy can also happen if cum gets on or near your vulva your outside genitals , or if fingers that have wet cum on them touch your vulva or vagina. Read more about how pregnancy happens. Using birth control is the best way to prevent pregnancy if you have penis-in-vagina sex. Is it possible for a penis to not fit into a vagina?
Vaginas are pretty stretchy. Most vaginas are between 3 and 7 inches long. And vaginas can stretch much longer and wider during sex and childbirth.
If a penis goes very deep in your vagina and hits your cervix or other areas, it can feel uncomfortable or painful. You can usually avoid it by trying different positions, going slower, or asking your partner not to put their penis in as deep.