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Question: bleeding while masturbating
|Scared16 - Tue Jun 08, 2010 9:47 pm||
I am 16 I am still a virgin but I have fingered myself 3 times in the past three days and while I am fingering myself I have started to bleed. This is definitly not my first time fingering myself and I've only used my finger. However the bleeding is really scaring me. What can this be? I have read that I could have just cut myself, but if is not that what can it be? Is there a way I can know without seeing the doctor? What can I do about it? Should I be worried? Can this in the future keep me from having babies? Please be as spacific as you can be, thank you so much.
|Debbie Miller, RN - Sun Jun 13, 2010 6:48 pm||
You do not have to worry about this having a lasting effect. It is likely a little trauma and should heal just fine. Give your body a chance to heal by resting from this activity but in the future, just be sure you have adequate lubrication and avoid long or sharp fingernails that might scratch. If the bleeding should continue without stopping, perhaps something else is going on though I suspect you are at low risk for sexually transmitted diseases so it seems unlikely. At any rate this is not an emergency.
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