Yes. It's very normal.
It varies from female to female, but should be no more than 2 days.
If you do bleed it will be straight after sexual intercourse and it is caused by the small flap of skin near the vaginal opening known as the hymen ripping. It will cause slight discomfort but it shouldn't bleed for long.
it will hurt for at least a mouth
The idea that there is some sort of barrier that has to be broken is as exaggerated as it is widespread and long lived. It's very common that there isn't any blood at the sexual debut.
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.
Four or five days is normal.
Yes, so long as you don't have sexual intercourse, you'll remain a virgin.
This is normal because everyone adjusts to birth control differently. Some people will not bleed at all while others might bleed the whole time they are on the medication.
it depends what you are bleeding from. if you have a nose bleed then it shouldn't bleed for long. if it is a paper cut it shouldn't bleed long. usually if you treat the wound correctly depending on what it is the bleeding should stop within a couple of minuts. it can be bad to bleed for a long time, even fatal
around as long as one of your normal periods i didnt bleed after my d and c but they told me it could last up to 5 to 7 days
You can call it sex, but it is not sexual intercourse which is the definition of losing your virginity. As long as a penis does not go into a vagina, the definition of a virgin remains. To lose virginity, penile penetration has to occur.