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Posted by (Member # 45230) on :
My boyfriend and I have been together 10 months now, and the other day he fingered me ( not the first time ).
After a while, he said "babe your bleeding".
Since then I have bled for 2 days, & I shouldn't be on until the end of the month so I know it shouldn't be that.
Please help us resolve my problem ..
Posted by (Member # 45230) on :
* a few minutes after we noticed the bleeding I had stomach pains *
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Posted by mmsb23 (Member # 48384) on :
I just want to let you know that even though I'm not sure if what your going through is normal, mostly because I am not a doctor, but I have also gone through this. Not so much of the bleeding while fingering, but I have had stomach pains as well. Where exactly is it? Mine was more around my belly botton and then around the opening of my vagina. And the bleeding could possibly be the fact of your hymen breaking down. How deep did your boyfriend go?
Posted by September (Member # 25425) on :
How heavy is the bleeding, Scared? Some bleeding with vaginal entry can happen on occasion, if the woman isn't aroused enough and/or if not enough lube is being used.

However, bleeding from a minor injury like that should be fairly light and only last a couple of days. If your bleeding is pretty heavy, and if it doesn't let up soon, it couldn't hurt to give your gynecologist a call.

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