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miss curious
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hello i ahve a very important question, my bf and i had sex yesterday protected as always, when we were done we both took a shower he clean himself with water and soap and so did it , we layed in bed and like 5 min later after this, we try to start again, he inserted his finger in my vagina, which is what i am kinda of worried now, we have been having sex for a while but he had never introduced his finger all the way up there because i had never let him, i did yesterday and i actually like it, but is this kinda of dangerous?? can he harm me inside, because sometimes it felt good , but at first when he introduced it it felt as if a little bit of a burning sensation, so i dontk know, then he inserted two of his fingers the middle and the one right before it, it also felt good, but i am kinda of worried if he could have harm me because when i came home and pee it felt as burning sensation once again. so please let me know if i should keep doing this or not. another thing i am pretty sure he had no precum or semen in his hands besides he had just taken a shower, so do you think i have any risk of pregnancy at all doing this? please let me know, thanks a alot for your time sorry for the long message.
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Manual sex isn't in and of itself harmful if it's not done forcibly or in a manner so rough it is painful to you and causes injury.

It can carry some risks of STIs, so gloved or washed hands are wise.

I'm betting that burning sensation was due to some micro-abrasions which can happen with manual sex if you're not using lubricant as needed.

But there isn't a pregnancy risk here.

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