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Does Every Woman Have a Hymen?
The hymen also differs from woman to woman – like all women have different heights and weights and features, all women also have different amounts and types of hymen. Some women have thick hymens, some have very thin hymens, and some women have NO hymens at all. Some women have larger hymens, some women naturally have a very little amount of hymen that covers only a small portion of their vaginal opening (and hence does not really get in the way, during first-time intercourse). In addition to this, the hymen wears away on its own as they grow up. For most women, the hymen wears away on its own with exercise, bicycling, and horseback riding -it can wear off with pretty much any other physical activity, even dancing! – or from using tampons when menstruating.
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Especially if the hymen is very small or thin, most of it tends to wear away on its own as a girl grows up. If a woman is born without a hymen, she won’t bleed the first time she has intercourse. If a woman has a small or thin hymen, she might not bleed the first time she has intercourse. If a woman’s hymen has worn away on its own (which is very common as girls grow up), she won’t bleed the first time she has intercourse. The result is that the overwhelming majority -at least 63% of women – will NOT bleed the first time they have intercourse, according to a study published by the British Medical Journal.