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rldove13
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I've noticed that over the last few months every time I masturbate or my bf fingers me I always bleed. Is there something wrong with me or is it normal?

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So this always happens with vaginal entry? Do you wait with vaginal entry until you are completely relaxed and aroused? Do you use plenty of extra lube? Do you stop immediately anytime you feel pain?

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yes always with vaginal entry. it hasnt always been this way this has ust started a couple months ago. I dont use lube. It doesnt hurt...i just bleed

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Have you checked in with a sexual healthcare provider yet? If not, that's something you'll want to do to make sure this isn't about an infection you need treatment for.

Mind, this may just be about not using lubricant. A lot of younger people don't realize that through all of human history, so far as we can tell, people have often used some kind of lubricant with sex that's about entry into someone's genitals. So, just using lube may fix this, but I'd still start with getting looked at.

You didn't really speak to how aroused (sexually excited) you are before or with these activities. Something not hurting doesn't mean something feels really good. So, if you're not super-excited before any of this starts AND during, that could be part of the problem, too.

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most of the time i am super excited. could it be the angle of penetration?

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Doubtful, especially if it's all feeling really good.

Again, I'd consider the things I brought up here: the possibility of infection, which you should rule out, and not using lubricant. And if there are times when you are NOT very excited, that, too.

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