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Fingering, oral sex, pain around belly button, vaginal opening, brownish red discharge. Treatment?

I just got fingered for the first time and im having pains around my belly button and the opening of my vagina and there is a brownish red liquid on my boyfriends fingers and on a sheet of tiolet paper that i wiped it with and there was some blood . Dr. i see that you have reviewed my question but itds not putting mre through to you and i need help please!!
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for query,
Are you fingered for first time but have you enjoyed sex for the first time.?If yes then this bleeding is from break of Hymen.
It is a normal in virgin girls that during first sex act or first finger act hymen breaks.So nothing to worry.
If you have enjoyed sex earlier but fingered for first time that this act may be considered cause by injury inside your vaginal wall.So you may consult your doctor if you have last bleding for few more days otherwise it may stop by its own.
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Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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