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jackkim
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I had sexual intercourse with my girlfriend 3 days ago and about 2 hours after she said there was a little bit of blood in her underwear. The problem is this only happened one other time, that one time was when it was my first time with her and I was so excited that I entered her without much foreplay and thonings only lasted about 5 to 7 minutes of moderate speed thrusts where I pulled back half and went all the way in and this was all in missionary position. She was wet because she had been waiting for about 3 days before that time, but I guess maybe she wasn't wet enough or something.

What happened was that we were making out when she started to touch me. She told me to get the condoms, which were purchased 2 days before this and stored in my clothes drawer with the original box. I took out the condom and put one on correctly, after that I started to rub my penis against her vagina and clitoris. I didn't want to put it in because she had fimished her period a day ago. After doing this for a minute or two, she told me to put it in. I did and only put in about half compared to my usual whole thing in. I moved very slowly and gently and as I was able to finish, my hips started to move a little bit quicker, but not going deeper I finished. The condom didn't slip, I couldn't find a leak, and I pulled out and then ejaculated into the condom.

Is there anyway the blood meant she got pregnant? I read the article http://www.scarleteen.com/article/advice/why_do_girls_bleed_after_or_before_intercourse_is_over, but it doesn't seem to completely relate as there were time when I was the one who asked for intercourse and I played with her clitoris for maybe less time and she didn't bleed. If she asked, she must have been really horny and ready, could it just be that I didn't play with her clitoris long enough, thus not allowing her to get wet enough? Could this be why she bleed, as I usual make her orgasm through clitoris stimulation or just play with her clitoris for about 5 to 10 minutes.

[ 12-21-2012, 05:20 AM: Message edited by: jackkim ]

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Robin Lee
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HI jackkim,

Bleding does not indicate that someone got pregnant. Also, pregnancy doesn't happen in two hours. Take a look at this article for some more information on how long it does take for pregnancy to occur:

Where DID I Come From? A Refresher Course in Human Reproduction


Sometimes a little bit of bleeding is just going to happen. Vaginal tissues are delicate and can get irritated easily sometimes without the person knowing at the time of irritation.

Vaginal lubrication or wetness, no matter how much there is, isn't always enough to lubricate things when a condom is involved. This can be easily taken care of by getting a water-based lubricant from the drugstore.

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