How long does it take to recuperate your virginity?
You cannot recuperate your virginity; once you lose it, you won't ever be a virgin again.
In the US, many males lose their virginity at or a bit before the age of 17. During the act of sexual intercourse for the first time, some guys feel they don't lose their virginity until climax is reached, but so long as they engage in it, they lose their virginity, and that only takes a few seconds.
It can really vary. Most doctors who perform this surgery say you will see gradual but steady improvement over a period of about six weeks; but it may take as long as three to four months (for some people, even longer) before the swelling fully goes away and you feel totally comfortable with your new knee.
If she was in a physical relationship and in their relationship she just kissed does that mean she lost her virginity?
No, she did not lose her virginity. In order for someone to lose their virginity, sexual intercourse needs to take place. If all she did was kiss, she's a virgin. You do not lose your virginity by just kissing. You can not lose it from just kissing. Anyone can kiss someone. You have to have sex to lose virginity.
Recuperating from surgery is different for each individual. As for myself having had a complete hysterectomy in early July 06 I can say I feel so much better. I assume the doctor gave you an indication that with surgery it can take up to a year for your body to heal....so with that said just take care of yourself and enjoy your new woman independence...
Leaving a day's gap between two consecutive strength training workouts would give your body and all the muscles ample time to recuperate from the workout you did the previous day. Because, rest is what makes your muscles grow. If you work out every day you would not be giving your body enough rest to recuperate.
A common myth about tampons, which continues to this day despite sex education...or maybe it speaks for how bad sex education is...is that tampons can 'take' your virginity. Virginity refers to whether or not someone has had sex, there is no physical change when a person has sex and nothing about tampons can effect your virginity - only consensual sex can effect virginity.
Yes, you are still a virgin. As long as your hymen is intact, you are a virgin. Everyone's meaning of losing their virginity really changed. Losing your virginity means doing ANYTHING sexual. So yes, technically you lost your virginity. But in the 20th century, the meaning of virginity has differed alot.
You can't virginity is what not ever having sex before in your life means, and if you take it, it just simply means you were her first so giving it to another girl is impossible. If you meant how does one girl take another girl's virginity, then the two of you should look up the many positions and methods of lesbian sex. Discuss what you might like to try and have some fun.
By having sexual intercourse for the first time, you lose or "break" your virginity, and by having sexual intercourse with someone else and it's their first time, you take or "break" their virginity. The term is usually meant for females, however, when referring to the breaking or tearing of her hymen; her hymen is not her virginity but is often associated with it, and it should be noted that not all virgin females have their…