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icejumper89
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I just started masterbauting. Im 15 years old i should add. since i have started it ive noticed when i do it i start bleeding. But not alot. Is that normal? I really dont want to talk to my mom about this because she doesnnt know that i am. so help me!
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ErinK
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The tissues that make up your vulva and vagina are very sensitive, and so it's pretty common for them to get nicked by a fingernail or rough skin during masturbation (or partnered sex) and to then bleed. You might also have a partial hymen that you're stretching or tearing while masturbating. So while it's "normal," it's also something that can be avoided by being less rough during play, or by using lubricant and/or latex gloves.
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