Hello! Sorry for populating this message board so much but I have so many questions!
Today, my girlfriend and I were having manual sex, and just when I had finished fingering her, she started to bleed. She told me that I have probably just broken her hymen. But the thing is, I have fingered her before in the past equally as hard as what I did today and as fast but with no blood and we both presumed that it had broken. So why has it started to bleed today? i`m so so so scared that ive hurt her because she was complaining as we went back to her house about an hour later that it was aching inside her. She seemed quite worried because it had never happened before and had to put tissue paper inside her underwear to prevent from bleeding all over her underwear. She told me she did orgasm today and I think it was the first ever time she had done, so could this have effected her? Whilst I was fingering her, I felt something quite high up inside her that was quite large and tough to touch, but I don`t know what it was. I think it was the first time I have ever properly noticed it before. I`m also a little scared that she may lose blood over night, even though that probably won`t happen. I feel so bad, yet what can i do and whats happened?
Were you wearing a latex glove and using plenty of lube? If you weren't, you might have accidentally scratched her inside with a fingernail or rough skin. If you were wearing a latex glove and using lube, is it possible that she was just starting her period unexpectedly? Those are the two answers that come to mind, but if it isn't her period and the bleeding doesn't stop within a day or so, she should probably get it checked out by a doctor. If she isn't sure that it is her period, she should definitely NOT use tampons, but instead stick to pads. An orgasm on its own cannot cause bleeding, but if she was about to start her period, it could have pushed it ahead by a few hours, just from the uterine contractions.
What you touched inside of her could have been one of two things. If it was on the front wall of her vagina, closer to her belly, it could have been her g-spot. If it was farther back, like at the end of her vagina, it could have been her cervix. Check out this article on female anatomy for more information. http://www.scarleteen.com/body/female_anatomy.html ------------------ "I'll be a Venus on a chocolate clamshell rising on a sea of marshmallow foam." -Hedwig
[This message has been edited by PoetgirlNY (edited 11-22-2001).]
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