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GorgerouslyImperfect
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Well, I'm not too sure if this is where I should put this topic, if not, I'm sure someone can move it. During the past week I masturbated once with a "toy", with no problems. The second time (day) I did it, I started spotting. The third day I had sex and it became more than spotting. I was just wondering if this was normal, or if something happened that I should be warned about? I'm on the birth control pill, if that's any factor. If you can give me some advice, or a place to read up on this, please do so.
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Welcome to the boards!!

When you penetrate your vagina with a *toy* and penis, or manuel sex (fingering), it can make the vagina tear. It could also be your hymen. If it broke it can lead to some spotting.

If you are having problems, you should go see your GYNO, now that you are sexually active you should have one.

Also make sure that when you are having sex, that you use a condom and lots of lube!! Also if you are using a dildo, make sure you have a condom on there also, and wash it properly, because if its dirty it can give you an infection.

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GorgerouslyImperfect
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Thank you. ) I've been here before under MysteryGirl or something of the such, but I can't remember the password and since deleted my e-mail account it was under. But thank you.
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alaska
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Actually, I have to correct what glitter said here - your vagina will not tear and doesn't have to tear through a sex toy or a penis. Never ever. It is made to stretch, babies fit through there. The strong muscles that your vagina is made of are there to give way.

The spotting you experienced could either be from your hymen (if it wasn't torn before that), if you didn't use additional lube and a condom on your toy, you might have given yourself a little abrasion or you could have simply experienced sopme spotting that had nothing to do with your toy use or masturbation habits but something with your pill.

If it comes back, I'd have it checked out.

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GorgerouslyImperfect
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Hmm, I have had problems with my pills before. Usually when I forget to take a pill and do so in the morning, that day or the next spotting would occur. Does that mean I should be on a different pill, or? I doubt that's the case here though. I've been doing okay with my pills lately.

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alaska
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Hi Imperfect,

I personally would wait how things develop and mention it during my next gynecological check up. In case you experience it again, I'd schedule an earlier appointment. You might indeed need a different pill. But your doc could evaluate that spotting best. Right now I really wouldn't worry too much.

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Thank you, sounds like a winning idea to me.
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no worries, glad to be of help.
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