*Note: I have never had Vaginal nor Anal sex in my life yet and generally an overall healthy person*
Last night my bf and I had our typical sexual encounter (oral, grinding, and fingering. He wears his boxers the whole time and is STD free and so am I but I plan on saving intercourse until after marriage). The only thing he has done that has penetrated my vagina last night was fingering but when I got changed and went to the bathroom several moments later I found brown discharge on my panties. It didn't show in the water of the toilet seat but only on the toilet paper and my panties but it was extremely light. I woke up this morning and went to the bathroom and it didn't show on the toilet paper but a while ago, today, it did but still ever so light. Since I never had direct contact with his genitals and we both don't have any STDs or anything serious, do you think I could've just been cut because of the friction of his fingering? Would love to hear from you guys' opinion. Thanks.
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It sounds like you just got a tiny cut or abrasion. Using enough lube and going slowly will cut down on this happening in the future! But, really, don't worry.
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