Welcome to the forum and I am really glad to help you out. The vagina and vulva are delicate, yet resilient structure made of skin, mucous membranes, muscle and so forth. The lining of the vagina is very similar to the tissue that lines the inside of your mouth. It's soft, squooshy, and it bleeds when it's cut or roughly rubbed. Doing masturbation with a hairbrush and that too in a rough manner can lead to tears or injuries to vagina or cervix(if there was deep penetration).
So avoid doing any vigorous masturbation. There is no fixed rule that you should masturbate only up to some times per day or week. It depends upon individual capacity. Just take care that it shouldnât cause any pain or discomfort. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
Wow Singh you really didn't read her post. No penetration and no bristles is what I got out of it. 1st off I think it is real inappropriate for a child to ask this type of question to adults unless speaking with a Doctor. There's nothing wrong with the question but the place you are asking is all wrong and creepy. If my 12 yr old did this I would totally ban her from the internet. There are too many weirdos out there. There is absolutely nothing wrong with what you're doing but you need to ask a professional. Please stay away from asking on the internet because there are too many preditors out there.
Do you think this is helpful to anyone? The reason kids ask these things on the internet is because of parents like you that shame them and threaten them with punishment for being curious about natural feelings. How is a 13 year old supposed to find a doctor to talk to on her own? And if you're concerned about the predators on the internet then go shame them, this little girl isn't doing anything wrong. I feel so sorry for your children.
Whoa..this is extremely odd!Sweetie you are in like the sixth or seventh grade & your talkin bout masterbating you should be playin outside or worryin about break outs it's really sad that kids theses days think about sex this early!It is normal what your doin but for someone alil older & I agree you shouldn't put stuff likethis on the Internet it's not safe at all be careful hun & take your time & enjoy your child hood cuz once you "lose it" there's no gettin it back!
I'm turning 14 in a few weeks, and I don't think this question is extremely wrong to ask a question like this. A lot of kids our age masturbate, I think it's better than going out and having sex. Some kids do that too, but this is a different matter. There are creeps on the internet, but if parents teach their children right, they know not to trust everything they see on here. and for the question, I think masturbating with a toothbrush doesn't give as much pleasure as many other things can. Simply just rubbing your finger(s) around your clit can feel amazing. Actually fingering myself isn't enjoyable to me unless I am rubbing the clit as well. Also, using icecubes is quite enjoyable to some, not placing it right on the vagina, but rubbing it around your body and sometimes rubbing it on the vagina feels wonderful. Too much can numb you though.
What you are doing is not wrong and can't harm you physically. I wouldn't go telling any friend at school unless you want snickers and ugly rumors running around the school though. (I'm being realistic, not hateful). Its good that you are free to explore what feels good and what doesn't in a SAFE manner. One thing I want to say is even if you did put a "finger" inside or any other toy, it isn't going to hurt you provided it is clean. And it's much safer than sexual activity of any sort with anyone. Also, as an aside, my Anatomy teacher recommended for girls to stretch their hymen if they were virgins so that when they had sex the first time it wouldn't be as painful. She forgot to mention that if we had sex it should be because we want to and not because of pressure from anyone, male or female. A tampon, toy, finger, whatever, regardless of what you are using..you are still a virgin until you have sex. Many girls already have their hymen partially or completely broke if they have been active as children. Me and my brother spent our summers climbing trees, hills, rocks, and the countryside and mountains and I never bled the first time I had sex (as an example).
3 times a day is a bit much, but then again when i was 13 and 14 i would do that too lol, its just your hormones its like when your young your like suuuuper horny hahaha, i don't masterbate much anymore, it seems as though the older i got i just didn't get that horny touching myself anymore? but all i can say is that if you use other things to make sure that they are CLEAN, like wash it before if not washed it can lead to infections and even sometimes diseases! as for masterbation suggestions, i've heard of girls rubbing their vaginas against pillows or like humping stuffed animals and stuff, it your not too embarrassed to do that you should try if you are trying to spice things up a bit :]
...I do that xD You seriously should try it. Do it with a larger plush teddy and maybe wet its tail and use that. Jut use your hand to put it up there =3 (Oh and make sure nobodys home! It would be a bit awkward if your little brother, sister, whatever saw you nakedly humping a toy with its tail up your vagina) xD
I note there seems to be an age issue here, as a active nudist, club and beach I see females of all ages, from very young to adult and its seems natural to see them 'fingering'. Have known babies to do, its natural, if you condemn it you give them issue that lasts for life.
Hey I'm 14 And I masturbate but I'm a guy so yeah I don't do it much first off you could use a vibrator and put it on the outside of ur pants or use a vibrating toothbrush and put it on the end of ur underwear trust me this works I have heard of this working but not as effectivley as putting it in ur vagina if you don't wanna feel pain and bleed ur first time during sex just put sumthin there I'm not a perve I'm just really smart and have the power of the internet and a girlfriend
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