A 16-year-old female asked:
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my girlfriend orgasmed after masturbating for a while. she told me that afterward she saw an abnormal amount of blood coming from that area. is this normal? what could be the cause of this? also, she complained that her abdominal and belly button area are

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Dr. Maria Rueda
Specializes in Dermatology
RiskyPain down there: Your question was incomplete.. however, she might be describing bleeding from very prolonged and a bit rough stimulation. During such activity , the genitals become engorged with blood and she might have caused a minor trauma tray should have healed by now. BUT, if she continues to have lower belly tenderness,or when she pees,or passes stools, and /or still has discharge she MUST go to the Doc
Answered on Dec 12, 2016

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