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I am bleeding after foreplay. Why is this happening ?

Hi, I am 19 virgin girl (haven’t sex or intercourse in which penetration happen) , but last night I was with my boy friend and we made love ( foreplay such as hand and mouth playing) also he was shaking his penis with outer part of my vulva but penetration didn’t happen -- in the morning when I went to bathroom after urine there were some blood (in both red and white color) coming from my vulva, I checked all part of my groin and couldn’t see any injury but my vulva had irritation—please let me know whether my virginity is in danger or any other problem… thank in advance
Asked On : Tue, 15 Mar 2011
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Hi Welcome to

there could be mild bruising or laceration of vulvar area or outer part of vaginal canal which caused minor bleeding.

If you do not see any thing in the vulva, it could be mucosa from vagina.

Regards Dr. Jagdish
Answered: Tue, 15 Mar 2011
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