I am a 17-year-old female from Washington State. I was just masturbating both anally and vaginally (at the same time) about 30 minutes ago, and when I noticed that I was bleeding, I stoppped immediately. I was not using lube, but lotion, and I am sort of worried about if I will continue to bleed. I don't think that I am bleeding anymore, but I wonder how much blood is too much to be safe. I am very freaked out, and I am sore, and I am scared to tell my parents to take me to a doctor because it would involve a lot of explanations and my mom won't be happy. I only lost about three or four tablespoons, and they were dark clumps of blood, mostly. I have read some about this and have not gotten a straight answer. Please give me an answer fast.
It seems that you hurt your anal area which lead to slight bleeding.As the anal area is quite sensitive masturbation can sometimes cause injury.Since the bleeding has stopped right now relax.Do not try to insert any toys or object and avoid doing anal masturbation as it poses risk of injury and infection.
If the bleeding becomes heavy or there is pain/fever consider visiting to ER as you might require immdiate attention and evaluation.
I have the same problem only I have been masturbating since I was 11 or 12 years old just a little after my first period.. I didn't know why I was feeling like that at the time but I kind of grew up with it and I started to understand what it was I felt.. I will be 19 in a couple of monthes from now and my period has always been regular and normal even though I still masturbate.. The problem started about 2 months ago.. I started bleeding after masturbating ( I don't use anything but strong and somtimes hot water) and the bleeding hasn't stopped since then and I haven't stopped masturbating.. I can't.. I am so ashamed of myself.. I don't know what to do..
I've never had sex and I don't think I will..
If that has to do with the problem I am about 100 kg..
Is it possible that I have something serious? I'm so scared and I don't really want to go to a doctor cause I don't want my parents to know about it..
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