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Hi
i am 21 and i've materbated before using my finger but chose to do something different and for the first time i tried rather then my finger the bottom part of a hair comb that i sanitized before using,Once i was done i notice i was bleeding , no pain at all , i checked for any outer injuries and saw none.But i was very concern about the bleeding it stopped the minute i got out of the shower and dried myself up but should i see my gynecologist to make sure my inner parts are okay ? i felt no pain what could've caused the bleeding, the comb wasn't that big either?should i buy a vaginal wash or something to prevent any infections?
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replied June 7th, 2013
Extremely eHealthy
Hello,

The handles of hairbrushes and the like are very commonly used as masturbation aids; almost traditional, in fact.

The very delicate tissue of the vagina isn't likely to see such inflexible objects as being as quite as smooth as a person's hands and eyes perceive them to be and it is likely a minor defect has cut or abraded the vaginal tissue and caused momentary bleeding.

Blood itself is the body's own antiseptic and you say you sanitised the comb so I don't think you need take any further action other than to wait a few days for healing to be complete before any further sexual activity.
If you had caused any significant damage the bleeding would have continued for longer.

If you enjoyed the experience and wish to repeat it then it could be wise to purchase something intended for the purpose; something manufactured to be smooth or flexible or both. There is a wide variety available.

Have fun!
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replied June 7th, 2013
Extremely eHealthy
Hello,

The handles of hairbrushes and the like are very commonly used as masturbation aids; almost traditional, in fact.

The very delicate tissue of the vagina isn't likely to see such inflexible objects as being as quite as smooth as a person's hands and eyes perceive them to be and it is likely a minor defect has cut or abraded the vaginal tissue and caused momentary bleeding.

Blood itself is the body's own antiseptic and you say you sanitised the comb so I don't think you need take any further action other than to wait a few days for healing to be complete before any further sexual activity.
If you had caused any significant damage the bleeding would have continued for longer.

If you enjoyed the experience and wish to repeat it then it could be wise to purchase something intended for the purpose; something manufactured to be smooth or flexible or both. There is a wide variety available.

Have fun!
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replied June 7th, 2013
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You are ok.

Remember that it is considerably bigger than your finger, so it stretched you a bit. It also went deeper so you likely hit your cervix and bruised it. You might also have cut your hymen, depending on your sexual history.

You are a woman now. Why do you not get yourself an adult toy? Personally I like the glass dildos because they are so incredibly smooth and easy to clean, and if you look around a bit, they can be very inexpensive. Or you can get yourself a vibrator if you are feeling more adventurous. There you normally get what you pay for, so spend a bit more and order from a reputable company. It is 100% private as these companies ship with no information or description on the package.

A good quality toy can give you many years of pleasure, and it is safe to use.
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