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Shimmeringstarz
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Ok I had sex with my boyfriend, this wasnt the first time. It was about the 7th time I think. The first time we had sex I bled a little bit and every time after I didnt. Until yesterday, I did. Its not alot but it still scares me and it kind of hurts to walk. Is this normaly or do you think I should go get checked?
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Gumdrop Girl
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it's very possible you've got an injury. if you don't use extra lubrication with your condoms (you are using condoms, right? hint, hint!), the friction from intercourse can chafe and irritate the vagina. The result is soreness and blood spotting. How much blood depends on the nature of the injury. sometimes it'll heal right away, and well, if you are honestly having trouble walking, you should get it looked at by a doctor to make sure your boyfriend didn't cause any serious damage in there.

in case you are unfamiliar with how to use condoms and lube correctly, check out this article A Simple Condom Primer and read up on safer sex technique here Safe, Sound & Sexy – A Safer Sex How-To

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