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Does one's body change after losing their virginity?

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Question - (8 February 2008) 6 Answers - (Newest, 23 November 2008)
A female United States age 26-29, *appybunny_xoxo writes:

I was just wondering...Does your body change after you lose your virginity? If so what changes???

My mom told me that when girls lose their virginity that their butts start to get this true???

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A female reader, QueenJacqueline United States +, writes (23 November 2008):

Yes, it does. From what I know and from personal experiance the women's figure changes not men. Depending on different women there's sometimes different reactions. One of them are breast growth which doesn't happen to all women. Another like your mom has mentioned is your butt being seemingly wider. One thing that will and should happen is after intercourse the hips seems to be wider. This occurs because the body is preparing itself for pregnancy. This happens even if you are not pregnant. Another reaction that doesn't happen to all women is between the thighs. What happens is that the legs start curving out and when a women closes her legs standing up there's a hallow-ness between the thighs. I hope this answer helped you.

Honestly from what I am reading from other peoples replies your mother IS NOT saying this to protect you from sex or to scare you. It is a proven fact. And, like I mentioned before all women are different and have different reactions afterward. Since, your mother's butt seemed wider after sexual intercourse and you are her daughter the same might happen to you. Because, the reactions my mother had were almost the same as mines.

I hope this helped you alot.

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A female reader, soph* United Kingdom +, writes (17 February 2008):

I've had sex and I'm still the same, I haven't told anyone and no one has said about me changing, after you have sex you feel more condfident when it comes to guys but people have said I became more happy and dirty minded.. but I'm not complaning

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A female reader, love-him United Kingdom +, writes (8 February 2008):

love-him agony auntthe vagina is the most changed part of your body.. it stretches slightly.. your mum was trying to protect you and put you off sex.. there has not been any medical proof of that happening.. feel free to mail me at any time xx

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A male reader, TomWilkinson United Kingdom +, writes (8 February 2008):

TomWilkinson agony auntYour mum said that to stop you having sex :D :D :D

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A male reader, Sandman United States +, writes (8 February 2008):

Sandman agony auntThere is no evidence that sexual activity makes any part of the body any different - except of course the vagina. The vagina itself still looks the same - there's just no hymen anymore (**if there was a hymen to begin with. Remember, not having an intact hymen does not mean that you are not a virgin. It just means that your hymen was torn or whatever before your first sexual experience**).

I thought I read somewhere that some type of hormonal changes occur when women experience their first sexual experience and that's why the hips seem broader afterwards. But honestly, I don't think this is true.

Hope this helps.

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A female reader, Mistify South Africa +, writes (8 February 2008):

Mistify agony auntHi there.

I have not experienced ANY change in my body WHATSOEVER after losing my virginity.

Yes - after having children, your body definitely will change, but i don't think that for the most part it will change after losing your virginity.

Go to your local clinic, and speak to someone there who will be able to give you a medical explanation.

Hope this helps

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