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hey- i was pretty sure my period stopped today. about an hour after my boyfriend fingered me, i felt a big spot of blood in my underwear. this wasnt the first time he's fingered me, and i dont usually bleed after. could this just be the last of my period? i know that the muscles contract so i was thinking maybe i had a little more blood than usual and it somehow got pushed out? but im not sure...thanx for your help!
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Could be leftover blood from your period, could be that his fingernails gave you a small cut which bled (vaginal tissue's pretty delicate, so it can bleed from small tears). Either way, if it stops soon, nothing to be worried about.

If it doesn't go away in a few days, or if it gets really heavy or worse in any way, make a doctor's appointment.

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