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Fingering in vagina caused bleeding a lot. Why the bleeding ?

So i am a female teenager who recently became sexually active for the first time..this may sound werid but my partner inserted his fingers inside my vagina and maybe he pushed too hard because afterwards i bled ALOT...more than one time...is there any explaination to why i bled so much? & will my body go back to normal?
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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HELLO THERE.

THANKS FOR WRITING.

IF IT WAS THE FIRST TIME YOU INSERTED SOMETHING INTO THE VAGINA , I PRESUME IT RUPTURED YOUR HYMEN RESULTING IN BLEEDING.

HYMEN IS MEMBRANE WHICH COVERS YOUR VAGINAL OPENING. IT GETS TORN(RUPTURED) AFTER SEXUAL INTERCOURSE, FINGERING, INSERTION OF OBJECT OR ANY OTHER TRAUMA.
VAGINAL BLEEDING AFTER ANY OF THESE ACTS WHEN DONE FOR THE FIRST TIME INDICATED YOUR HYMEN HAS BEEN TORN.

THE BLEEDING WOULD EVENTUALLY STOP IN A FEW DAYS.

YOU NEED NOT WORRY.

IF YOU WISH TO CONFIRM THIS YOU MAY VISIT A GYNECOLOGIST FOR A LOCAL EXAMINATION.

I HOPE I HAVE ANSWERED YOUR QUERY.

TAKE CARE.
Answered: Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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