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    I lost my virginity 4days ago and i wasn’t bleeding as much when my boyfriend and i did it. but after 4 days i’m still bleeding. Is this normal???
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    Did you prep? Foreplay? It isn’t normal to still be bleeding. I’m guessing it was Vaginal?
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    Maybe you both took it too far and caused some sort of bruising or damage inside and it is bleeding due to that? I would not know but I would research more. If you feel you should go to see your GP or doctor do it.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Did you prep? Foreplay? It isn’t normal to still be bleeding. I’m guessing it was Vaginal?
    we prepped, but it still hurt and yeah vaginal
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    (Original post by monkeyman0121)
    Maybe you both took it too far and caused some sort of bruising or damage inside and it is bleeding due to that? I would not know but I would research more. If you feel you should go to see your GP or doctor do it.
    maybe, but i’m also scared to do it
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    (Original post by ncmy)
    I lost my virginity 4days ago and i wasn’t bleeding as much when my boyfriend and i did it. but after 4 days i’m still bleeding. Is this normal???
    My girl was bleeding when she popped her cherry, but on the second go it was all custard cream rude boy!!!
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    (Original post by ncmy)
    maybe, but i’m also scared to do it
    Just go to a doctor or GP if you think it may affect you. Just think of it like this: If it is serious then that will be bad if you wait too long.
    If it is not then it will only be a little embarrassing to you but I feel like they would think you made the right choice since it is better to be safe than embarrassed.
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    (Original post by monkeyman0121)
    Just go to a doctor or GP if you think it may affect you. Just think of it like this: If it is serious then that will be bad if you wait too long.
    If it is not then it will only be a little embarrassing to you but I feel like they would think you made the right choice since it is better to be safe than embarrassed.
    yeah that’s true, i will see if it carries on i will go to GP about it thank you
 
 
 
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