You Aren’t ‘Supposed’ to Bleed After Your First Time — but You Might. Here’s What to Expect

You Are Not Supposed To Bleed After Your First Time

The fact that you are not supposed to bleed after your first time might seem like a minor thing, but it actually makes all the difference in the world if you do or don’t have any blood at all. If you do bleed, then there will be no way for you to get pregnant because your body won’t produce enough hormones necessary for conception.

There are many reasons why you aren’t supposed to bleed after your first time. Some of them include:

1) You Didn’t Have Enough Blood Before Your First Time With Someone New.

2) You Had A Little Too Much Blood And Now Don’t Need Any More Of It.

3) You Had An Infection That Made Your Body Produce Less Hormones For Conception.

4) You Had An STD That Causes Pregnancy Problems.

In case you still haven’t figured out what these things mean, here’s a quick explanation:

If you had too much blood before your first time with someone new, then you probably shouldn’t have done it in the first place. If you were already having problems conceiving anyway, then maybe it would be better to just wait until later to have unprotected sexual relations with someone else. It’s nice of you to want to help someone achieve their sexual goals, but unprotected sexual intimacy with someone who doesn’t have full blood flow to their genitals isn’t going to end well.

If you didn’t have enough blood before your first time with someone new and still got pregnant, then congratulations! You can probably bleed all the time and not have any issues with getting pregnant again in the future.

If you had an infection or a sexually transmitted disease before your first time with someone new, then you’re still going to have problems becoming pregnant even if you do actually bleed. It’s also possible that you won’t bleed at all, but something else will come out instead. It’s likelier that this will be a much less pleasant experience than if you just bled.

If you had an STD or infection after your first time with someone new, then you might not ever bleed at all. STDs and infections like these can stop you from having any hormones necessary for conceiving a child. Since you probably already took measures to get rid of the disease or infection, it’s entirely possible that you won’t ever bleed again.

We hope this helps you understand why it isn’t normal to bleed after your first time, and that this can happen under the right circumstances. It’s completely normal for things to be different for everyone, so don’t feel weird about it. Everyone is different in their own way.

If you feel that something is severely wrong with your first time with someone new, then you may want to have one of the staff members at your local Planned Parenthood center to perform a simple procedure that will prevent this from happening again. It’s quick, easy, and only takes about 5 minutes for them to get it done.

As always, make sure to avoid drinking if possible before doing anything like this in the future. Intoxication can make some of this process much more difficult and may lead to unwanted complications.

Good luck, and be safe out there!

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