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IzzyBug_x3
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'Ello.

Wednesday night my boyfriend and was grinding against each other. He had boxers on and I had black pants on. A few minutes later I bled after. Now, I wasn't freaked out. I thought it was my period. However, I already had my period this month.

Then, tonight, Friday, I was dry humping him with just jeans on and I bled again. I was just wondering, could something be wrong? I'm pretty sure I am not pregnant. I know that someone can't get pregnant through clothes, but... did he break my hymen or what could have happened? So far, it happened twice. Now, I'm worried.

Please help me! <3

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Lady
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Yes it could be that he is breaking your hymen. It's very easy to do that, you can do it by horse riding, cycling, a lot of forms of exercise can cause that. So I'm sure dry humping would be a very likely explanation. And also, because you were dry humping, it might of not torn it completely and that's why you bled again the second time, because it wasn't broken completely.

Hope this helps. [Smile]

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Lady, this section of the boards is for volunteer and staff replies only. See you on the rest of the boards!

If the spotting happens only after you've engaged in dry humping, then the two are likely connected. However, "breaking" the hymen should not cause bleeding like that, mostly because the hymen does not generally get broken. It wears away over time from hormonal changes, menstruation, as well as general activity.

If you do not engage in any sort of vaginal entry and remain clothed the entire time, then the spotting may be due to soreness and chafing from the friction.

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Lady
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Oh sorry, I'm new. [Frown] Goodbye!

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