FHA is not first-time buyer program and I have no idea of why people think that it is.
You cannot buy a home without any money in the deal...you'll have to have earnest money, some pre-paids. The only thing FHA allows you to do is to put down less than other programs, but you'll pay MIP to compensate for that.
You can only have 1 FHA loan at a time, and it must be your primary residence.
Many, many years as a real estate agent/broker as well as a former mortgage underwriter/broker, and as always, followed by my Y!A "thumbs down" stalkers.