Yesterday my boyfriend and I once again attemped to have sex. We haven't been able to in the past, because for whatever reason he can't get his penis into my vagina. Anyway, we tried a few times with him on top, and it still didn't work. It hurt me very much, but we kept trying. Then I got on top, and it seemed to be going in.
It began hurting, and I got off of him and then we were going to attepmt it again, but then I looked at his penis and there was blood all over it. He took off the condom and it was a bloody mess.
I then looked down and realized blood was dripping out of my vagina. It made a little pool on the floor. It didn't really hurt when the blood was coming out, and it didn't really hurt afterwards.
What was the blood from? My boyfriend suggested that it was from my hyman being broken, perhaps, but that has happened once in the past, and there was only a small amount of blood.
It wasn't period blood. My period ended a week ago, and this blood was much redder and thicker.
What could this be from? Is there a potential danger here?
- are you seriously relaxed? - are you VERY sexually aroused? - have you engaged, let's say for at least twenty minutes, in NONpenetrative sexual activities which you enjoy, like clitoral stimulation via manual sex and oral sex, kissing, mutual masturbation, what have you? - have you had normal GYN exams and pap smeras without problems? - is your partner penetyrating you very gradually and slowly, using plenty of latex-safe lubricant? - lastly, do you WANT to be having intercourse?
Well, I guess at first I wasn't entirely relaxed, I was a little nervous. I believe I was sexually aroused, in the past I know I have been and we've still been unable to do it. Yes, I do very much WANT to be having intercourse. We didn't use lubricant, actually, which I guess may have been a problem. (And we plan on getting some for next week if we intend on trying again.)
I also wanted to add that afterwards, I was really dry down there.
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