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Had sex. Minor bleeding occurred and after getting pleasured with hand, there seems to be blood occurring again. I'm not menstruating and it makes things quite 'awkward' if you might. Why is this happening?

Hello, I have a query about my girlfriend. The second time we had sexual intercourse I believe her hymen properly broke then and minor bleeding occurred... however it's been a week since that incident and after pleasuring her with my hand, there seems to be blood occurring again. She is not menstruating and it makes things quite 'awkward' if you might. Why is this happening?
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Well I can understand your problem.
Well the first bleeding might be due to her hymen tearing.
The second time when fingers were used for pleasure there might be few lacerations and tearing here and there because the vaginal part is a very tender part and gets easily injured.
The brown blood might be sult of same.
Plz get her examined by a gynaecologist as it might be cervical erosion or a polyp.
Avoid contact for a few days which will give time for the injury to heal.
SE might require a few drugs.
Don't worry.
Everything will be alright.
Answered: Thu, 13 Jun 2013
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