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How much bleeding after vaginal fisting is normal? I am experiencing what is like mild menstral bleeding. I am having mild cramps. There are also clumps as well. My period isn't due for another 10 days or so. although i am not regular. Should I be concerned? My partner was VERY gentle and slow. This is something we have done before, but there has never been bleeding before. Could this just be my period? Is it possible that it was a miscarriage? I am not in sever pain and the bleeding has slowed but not stopped.

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replied May 18th, 2009
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If this is still happening, you might want to call your doctor/nurse and explain the circumstances...You would rather be assured that no harm has been done, rather than let it go and have something that should be corrected...

Caroline
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replied May 18th, 2009
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im sorry this happened. If you did it before and this didnt happen then it could be your period. Have you been stressed out? Stress could cause your period to become irregular. If you are really concerned I would call your doctor. If your not careful w/fisting damage can occur
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replied June 2nd, 2011
I tried vaginal fisting , but that same day my period came very heavy and a week early!!, I've just spent the last four days with terrible abdominal pain , with some pain i'n my lower back I'm really not sure if this is to do with fisting?, I didn't mention I have the coil also and wonderd if this may have moved ??
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replied June 3rd, 2011
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The vagina is certainly not used to stretching that much. So especially the first few times the muscles can show all the signs of fatigue, like you exercised suddenly. The orgasms during fisting is also incredible powerful normally, with very very forceful contractions. This will affect your abdominal muscles.

It is also almost guaranteed that you caused tears and micro tearing during the fishing. These will normally heal by itself unless it is particularly bad or get infected. It will take your vagina a while to get used to the stretching. You might also have bumped into your cervix which can be very painful for a few days. You will basically feel bruised and sensitive for a few days.

Such a powerful orgasm will make your uterus contract in the same way it does when menstruating and shedding the lining. So it is not unknown for a powerful orgasm to start your menstruation early.

The coils are placed in your Fallopian tubes and scar tissue will form around it to keep it in place. It should not be able to shift or fall out.

If you have any worries, or this does not stop soon, you will have to see your doctor. One thing I can guarantee you, you will not shock him or her one bit, so just tell the doctor what happened.
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replied April 17th, 2014
Q: Has anyone considered NOT doing fisting because the body was not designed for this practice? And the trauma, hemorrhaging, and death? Stop this insanity, for God's sake!!! Get the counseling you need to get past this addiction, before anyone else dies.
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replied May 24th, 2014
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