I'm a little embarrassed, but I need help as soon as possible!!!
My boyfriend was fingering me last night, and I guess it was much too rough (although it felt good at the time...)
Anyways, I went to the washroom 10 minutes after, and going pee burned. It hurt so badly (and still hurts!)
When I got home, I looked and noticed that there was perhaps a little scratch on the inner labia. And maybe a friction burn because it was all red.
And, maybe even a tear near my clitoris!!! Like, there is the hood...then the glands...and then underneath that it looks a little ripped and might have been bleeding a bit because when I was in the washroom there was some blood spots.
Anyways, it still hurts, it burns when I pee and when I'm sitting and walking my clit hurts. Do you think he just hurt it periodically or do you think it was so rough that there could be damage done to the glands? Please help - I need to know how to ease the pain for the time being!
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Sorry that we missed your post. What you describe does sound like some temporary pain and bleeding from the friction of the fingering. Hopefully this has now resolved? If not, please see your doctor, especially if you are having burning while passing urine.
In the future, you might want to be gentler and slower with the fingering. Make sure your boyfriend uses lubricant and has either clean hands with trimmed nails or use latex gloves.
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