Bleeding on using a sex toy but not bleeding during normal intercouse means it may be due to rough handling of the toy but continuous bleeding means there may be injury to your cervix or inner walls of vagina which needs to be evaluated.
Hi, There are other possibilities, aside from cancers or STD's/STI's, that can cause slight bleeding during or after sexual activity. If you are dry (not using enough lubricant), too rough, and /or penetrating too deeply within your vagina (bumping into your cervix) slight bleeding or spotting can occur.
Rough sex can cause bleeding both during and after sex, Queen says. There's nothing wrong with kink play if you enjoy it, but communication with your partner is key in staying safe and healthy.
Bleeding during or after sex isn’t uncommon if you’re having rough sex or if you tend to experience vaginal dryness (or a combination of those two factors). Also, keep in mind that bleeding or light spotting is pretty common after your first time having penetrative sex—or even your first couple of times.
An infection of the vagina could also cause bleeding following masturbation, especially vaginal masturbation where sex toys are used. One of the most common infections causing bleeding is vaginitis which is a condition referring to inflammation of the endometrium which is the innermost layer of the uterus.
The pressure and friction from fingers, a sex toy, or penis may tear open these veins. Hemorrhoids can also cause pain or discomfort during sex. Anal warts (condylomata).
Also, if you’re having painful sex or rough/vigorous sex and you can feel a lot of friction it is possible that the bleeding is caused by friction or tears to the vaginal area. However, if you’re bleeding after sex – and it’s not related to either of the above – it’s recommended to book an appointment with your doctor as soon as you can, to help figure out the cause and get you any treatment that you need.
Postcoital bleeding refers to bleeding that happens after types of sex that involve vaginal penetration. That means postcoital bleeding can happen after vaginal penetration by a penis, dildo, or a partner’s finger. If you're having postcoital bleeding, you may also be experiencing abnormal uterine bleeding that isn't related to sex.
Fingering can be a fun and relatively safe sexual activity. It rarely causes any issues. However, from time to time, you may experience minor bleeding after being fingered. Learn when bleeding ...
It is normal to bleed after sex if it your first time or if it has been awhile since your last sexual experience. However, if this is not the case, then bleeding after intercourse can be caused by trauma to the vagina, menstruation, a symptom of a sexually transmitted disease, or a cervical polyp. Read below for more information on causes and treatment options for bleeding after sex.