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blondegirl717
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Me and my Boyfriend have been together for years, but the other night when he pulled out after we had sex there was blood in his cum? What could be the reason for this?
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PoetgirlNY
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Maybe you started your period, or were bleeding for some other reason (not enough lube, friction, scratch), and there wasn't actually blood in his semen, but it was just mixed in.

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KittenGoddess
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Also, encourage your boyfriend to schedule a visit to his doctor, especially if he's noticed other things having to do with his sexual health that might be suspicious. Were you using a condom? If you were, then you can be sure the blood was his and he definately needs to see his doctor. If you weren't using a condom (and you should have been), then you both need to go ahead and make appointments with your physicians because anytime fluids (and more dangerously blood) are shared, you have an STD/STI risk and also you don't know where the blood originated from.

In short, seriously consider consulting a physician.

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