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Spotting and Bleeding while foreplay. Is it due to hymen weakening?

I am a virgin and while some fingering with boyfriend a few weeks ago I experienced some spotting, last night we were messing around with some toys and he was using the durex bullet on me and there was some more bleeding , this time a bit heavier. Is this normal. We are trying to take things slow before intercourse and to build up to having sex but I am worried about this bleeding when things get hotter and heavier. Is it just weakening my hymen that is causing the spotting/bleeding?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Dec 2014
thanks for your question *****
Bleeding may occur in a vigin while using fingers or toys and it will decrease in intensity and quantity with time, it is most probably due to weakening or rupture of hymen tags by finger or toy. You should avoid this worry and focus on your time other wise it will affect your relationship.
Be assured and at least you can ask your partner to be a little gentle.
thanks and take care
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Answered: Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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