A young bride was killed by her husband on wedding night as she didn’t bleed

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A young bride was killed by her husband on first night of her wedding in district Jacobabad and this sad story is getting viral. This important social issue has started debate on social media about marital life and we want to give doctors Point of View about this.

For some reasons we are not sharing her name and family details as our purpose of this post is to educate people about this issue one set few guidelines. We all need to know few things to avoid confusion and misunderstanding about first wedding night.

A female can loose hymen during sports, during riding, during jumps, and using tampons.

Latest study says that Only 60 to 70 percent of the women bleed on wedding night

And doctors guidelines suggest that Virginity is not specifically defined by bleeding on first night. And that should not be the criteria.

This painful picture is from district jacobabad, where a 17 years old wife is being killed by her husband on the very first night of wedding because wife couldn’t prove she was virgin.

This is 21st century still third world countries are living in very poor conditions they become psycho that’s why they want to kill anyone anytime. This innocent girl was not able to save herself because she was week and young compare to her husband who killed her. Feeling terrible about this girl.

For this very important issue, we took help of the internet to see how this issue is been at different countries and what doctors say about this

We got some help from UK website of NHS system.
https://www.nhs.uk/…/does-a-woman-always-bleed-when-she-ha…/
It says

Young girls may not necessarily bleed on first night. Some can bleed and others can not. Both are perfectly normal.

The hymen is a thin piece of skin that partially covers the entrance to the vagina. It usually breaks during sex, if it hasn’t already broken before.

The hymen can break quite easily before a woman meets her wedding night. So activities such as horse riding , jumping and other sports or using tampons

A woman may not know her hymen has broken, because it doesn’t always cause pain or noticeable bleeding.

Having a broken hymen doesn’t necessarily mean a woman has lost her virginity.

An other study suggests that there are so many cases reported in which they have intact hymen but which is very much soft and it does not bleed. So such virgin females shall not bleed on wedding night.

And finally last thing, even if she was not virgin, there is no question why she was to be killed, as was his husband virgin too? Are all men virgin who demand a virgin life partner. Please talk about this. Break this stereotype and taboo

Compiled by Dr Mujeeb ur Rehman
#karachiyouthassociation

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