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    Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Sometimes, your vagina bleeds. Of course, you know this, as you bleed during your period. While bleeding during sex might sound alarming, there are many non-serious possible explanations. Of course, there are some more serious explanations, too.
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    Bleeding After Clitoral Stimulation: What Is It & How To Prevent It?

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    Meanwhile, everytime after he masturbates me, I bleed. Not an intense amount or anything; just lightly for the rest of the day, like my period is. So my boyfriend masturbated me three times this past month, and I bled everytime. Not due to fingernails or roughness. I had cramping, headaches, all that fun stuff, but no blood.
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