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Hey, this is my first post. I don't know if someone has already posted a similar message, but here goes.
Today me and my boyfriend were making out, and he started to finger me. He started getting a little rough, and when we were done he said I was bleeding.
The thing is, we've already had sex, and I bled after it once. My boyfriend said my "cherry was popped" and that was why I was bleeding.
So I guess my question is, is it normal for me to bleed after just being fingered? I know he didn't like, scratch anything because he keeps his nails nice and short. (Thank goodness!)
Is this normal?

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It's still possible to have caused some small injury to your vagina, especially if it was "rough". You can solve this issue by using latex gloves, plenty of lube, and asking him to slow down, if that's what you want.
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