I had sex for the first time in over a year. I'm not a virgin though. While he was going in me it would hurt, but it would seem like I was really wet. Like i was just really tight. He went slow and after a few tries we gave up. It hurt too much. I'll say he might have been a little too rough with out trying.
The next day after a few hours I went to the bathroom and there was this brownish red discharge mixed with my normal discharge. And it still feels irritated.
Why is this?
We also were messing around outside, could this have anything to do with it?
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Is it possible that you were not as aroused as you could have been? Or maybe still not lubricated enough? These things, paired with the fact you say he was a little rough, make it likely that you suffered a little tear which is bleeding.
These things happen, and its usually not a big problem unless the bleeding goes on for longer than a day or is very painful. It's an easy fix-- just make sure that you are fully aroused, well-lubricated, and he is a little gentler next time.
If you mean outside as in outdoors, it would be possible that you get a cut in the grass or something, but this is not something that would cause you to bleed vaginally.
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