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Bleeding after masturbation, no cramps, planning to have intercourse. Need some advice

Hi, Ive never had sex before but i have masturbated usually with a vibrator. The problem is that 80% of the time after ive masturbated i start bleeding and its like my period except without the cramps . It usually only lasts for a day but its getting me worried. I have a boyfriend and we were planning on having sex soon but i need to know if something is wrong.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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It is quite possible that the bleeding you are experiencing is coming for
Being too rough with the sensitive tissue and skin of your vaginal and pudendal areas. A vibrator, although it may feel great, is a powerful tool, and the stimulation it provides can damage the thin, sensitive, delicate tissue and skin in your pelvic region. You should consider going easier on yourself and using a less intense means of self-stimulation, like your fingers, a non-motorized sex toy, or a vibrator that can adjust in its intensity. Listening to your body is a very important thing when it comes to sex. Your body will give you the clue to back off or slow down the intensity of your stimulation. Enjoy and be careful and safe! I hope this information helps you.
Answered: Sat, 7 Jul 2012
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