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Had blood with mucous after masturbation. Lost virginity?

Dear my friend don t Hv net and neither money to check with dr.she is shy as she masturbated and feel scared to check with dr.she noticed that after her period she had blood in the mucus .is it cause of masturbation or she lost virginity or she broke her heymen or what?plz help her.she just said that she also had cuts in periods sometimes.thanks
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Radiologist 's  Response
May 2014
Thanks for writing in.

There are two issues here:
1. Mucus and blood: Mucus and blood may appear after masturbation in females, especially if they have used a significantly larger and/ or sharper object into the vagina. This needs to be clarifed with your friend.

2. Losing virginity: Virginity is a social term used to denote females who have not had penetrative sex. Breaking of hymen can take place even during activities like horse riding or playing athletic sports. Hymen can get broken during rough masturbation also. This does not mean losing virginity.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Sat, 13 Jul 2013
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