So a couple of days ago I was masturbating with an object that was fairly large. I've had intercourse before, but I've always been curious about what something with a bit more girth than an average penis would feel like. So I was playing around in the shower while I inserted it (I used lube) and I could feel that I was obviously stretching my vagina a bit because I hadn't had anything inside me that large before and, also because I haven't had sex in over a year at this point. It felt good, if a little uncomfortable, but after I took it out I noticed that there was a little bit of blood coming out. I've noticed that since then my vagina has been a bit tender (for obvious reasons), but also it feels roomier than it was before.
I'm kind of an anxious person, and I'm wonderind if I've permantly stretched out my vagina by doing this or if it'll shrink back to its normal size if I just leave it alone. I've heard that after vaginal delivery the vagina gets stretched out a bit, and while the toy I was using wasn't anywhere near the size of a baby's head, I'm scared that it'll stay the size it is right now permanantly.
I'm sure that this sort of question gets asked here a lot, but I'm not super psyched to try to ask my mom or my friends about it, so I figured I'd come here to talk.
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Your vagina is a muscular tube which stretches to contain whatever is inserted, then returns back to its usual state. It also expands and balloons out when you're aroused. It definitely won't be permanently stretched through insertion of an object.
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