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AmandaC
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Hi, me & my b/f where having sex this morning
in the middle of it I started bleeding not real bad,i was just like spotting like u do when u 1st start ur period.Is this normal or is something wrong.I heard that sometimes when u get fingered that that can happen.I am not a virgin so it's not like it was my 1st time or anything I am just worried cause this has never happneded to me beofore thanks!~!

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Heather
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Were you highly aroused from other activities first before penetration, using lubricant and latex gloves?

Because not having even just one of those things going on can be the cause of bleeding due to abrasion.


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AmandaC
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Hey thanks for ur help,um actually we did not use a condom. And he was fingering me pretty hard right beforeI started bleeding. and also is there any way that i could of been pregnate and had a miscarriage
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You can't become pregnant and miscarry on the same day. In fact, even getting pregnent the very same day you have a pregnancy risk is unusual: conception usually takes a few days.

Future reference: don't go without birth control and safer sex precautions if you're not ready for a kid or an STI. That's a horrible thing to gamble with. Just don't.

Too, rough manual penetration tends not to be very pleasant. If you were really enjoying it, and very well lubricated, fine. But abrasions and spotting say either or both of those things are unlikely, so next time, you need to communicate and talk with your partner, letting him know what feels good, and to slow down when something doesn't, as WELL as being safe and smart.


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AmandaC
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Well,I have been on birth control for about 4 years and me and my b/f have been having sex for about 2 yr's
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Heather
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For future reference, it's really helpful to provide all the information relevant to your situation from the get-go.

Being on the pill (if that's what you mean by birth control), is relevant. if you've been on the pill an dtaking it properly, you don't have a pregnancy risk, though pregancy risks have nothing to do with bleeding from abrasions due to manual penetration.

How long you've been sexually active isn't relevant. You can be unaroused, not use lubricant, or be too rough (or not say something when someone is being too rough), no matter how long you've been sexually active for.


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