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I have fingered my girl freind several times in the past but today I was fingering her and she started bleeding. There wasn't tons but enough to not seem normal.She is not on her period and shoudn't be for awhile.We are both wondering if this is normal. Mabey I scratched her or something? She says it doens't really hurt but it is sorn. We are just wondering if we should be consered or if this just happens sometimes.
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It's likely just a scratch or abrasion. If the pain or bleeding continues for more than a day or two, she should see her doctor.

In the future, keep your fingernails trimmed and filed down to avoid any rough edges, or wear latex gloves. Using plenty of water-based lube will also help avoid scratches or scrapes during manual sex.

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