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By Anonymous June 4, 2016 - 4:30am
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hi...i and my bf had oral sex today..abt 45 mins...very intense....he did evrything with me excpt entering penis into my vagina...the fingering he did on my vagina was so hard tht it strted bleeding and aftr 3 4 hrs whenevr i go to pee its still releasing a bit blood...i m worried. is it normal....i touched his penis too bt the dry part only....i dnt knw wt happened i was sexualy aroused today bt i managed to stop him enterng his penis directly??
plus my bf is angry bcz i didnt allow him penis entering coz i dnt wana b preggy..how to stop this blood?? .plz help.

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
Bleeding after penetration whether by the penis or with fingers is usually caused by friction on the cervix. Its common to bleed the first time (or few times) a girl receives penetration. In the future to avoid bleeding, use a hypoallergenic, water-based lubricant.
The vaginal bleeding you are experiencing could also be the beginning of your period.
I also want to say; don't feel bad about refusing to have intercourse with your boyfriend. He does not have any right to get mad about that, because its your body or your decision. Try to help him understand by staying firm in what makes you comfortable. Don't cave when he pressures you. You don't owe him any more explanation than you simply don't want to get pregnant. If you want to compromise, you can always use a condom.

June 4, 2016 - 10:14am
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Anonymous (reply to fchacon)

thanks a lot Faith. It was really a helpful answer for me and relieved me from stress now. I too believe its my body and my decision and no one can force me to do something i really dont want to do.
Thanks again.

June 4, 2016 - 9:36pm
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