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5 reasons fingering may cause bleeding

Fingering is part of the act of sexual foreplay, it involves using the fingers to stimulate a woman’s vagina.

Here is why fingering can cause bleeding [Latestly]

Most women might even prefer fingering to actual penetration because it hurts less and causes more orgasms. However, some women might bleed during fingering. Why does this happen?

Whatever happens in the vaginal region must be done with proper lubrication - either naturally or with lube. If the lady isn’t properly lubricated, then it’s going to hurt and might cause bleeding.

If you are going down on a woman with your fingers, then your nails should be cut until there is nothing there. The vagina is a delicate area, and it can get scratched by fingernails.

If a virgin is being fingered, it can also stretch or break the hymen and when the hymen stretches or sometimes breaks.

Rough fingering can lead to bleeding. Fingering can be like sex and sometimes if it is too rough if the person fingering isn’t gentle.

Vaginal infections can lead to bleeding during fingering. STIs may cause some drops of blood even when you are not on your period and you might believe that fingering is causing bleeding. Chlamydia, cervicitis and other STIs can cause spotting.

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