Can bleeding actually do harm?

Discussion in 'Sex With a Large Penis' started by TotallyAddicted, Feb 14, 2006.

  1. TotallyAddicted

    TotallyAddicted New Member

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    HI there,

    I've recently met a guy who's 9 inches or just a little over, and very thick. When we have sex, he can reach the end without putting all of it in.. probably with about an inch still out. But I love the feeling of some pain and getting it rough and therefore tell him to not worry about hurting me. The sex is fantastic and I'm sore afterwards etc. However a few times there's been a little bit of bleeding the next day, not much but just a bit. I'm not sure if it's the width or length causing it. My question is.. if I feel OK and the soreness subsides within 24-36 hours and bleeding stops, is it OK or should I still be careful to make sure it doesn't happen? I'd say the amount of blood is about the same as say a papercut on the finger..

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    Good question mate :confused:

    I'm of the opinion if it goes away after a bit it's ok, but I'm not a doctor, and I've only bled through having sex a couple of times, not on a regular basis. Have you tried different positions? You can get more in from behind...
     
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    Don't suffer in silence, TA. You must let him know what's going on. Surely he won't want to continue all-out thrusting if he knows what it's doing to you.

    It's part of having a loving relationship. I'd want to know. He should, too. Why not give him a chance to show you that you both can have just as good a time if he has two inches on the outside instead of one?
     
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    If it it from girth, it's probably just a teeny tear from being stretched open when you physically just weren't quite ready. If it's from length, it could be more serious damage. Either way, even if someone with MD in their name posts it would not hurt to go to the doctor to be safe :) You don't have to say "I was having rough sex with a big cock and bled the next day, am I ok?" but something along those lines ;)
     
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    Bleeding and pain are never a good thing
    during intercourse. There is definitely a
    problem and it's best to go see the doc
    incase he is causing serious damage.
     
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    I am not sure I have much to offer since I am a man. A Gay one at that. Question?...is the blood you speak of truly blood? Like when you get a cut on your finger, or is it a creamer color. The cream colored blood deposits I believe are not so serious. It's the real red colors that you need to be worried about. As it is an indication of an actual tear or injury somewhere in your body.
    I would just talk to your Dr. about it.
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    Bleeding can occur from rough sex because of internal tears. You are probably ok with the small amount of blood, but getting a professional opinion from a doctor would be a good idea too.

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    I will need to see a video of this to give you a better answer... :smile:
     
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    You really should get to a doctor - even if he is big, bleeding shouldn't be a regular occurrence. You could have a cervical erosion that needs treating, which may have gone unnoticed because no-one has been hitting your cervix until now.

    You really MUST go to a doctor for an examination and a smear ASAP!

    Sorry to scare - it probably is nothing, but it could be serious.
     
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    Heh you guys have got me actually worried!! I guess it's not a bad thing though.. I'll be asking my doctor when I go in next week! Thanks for the concern.. perhaps it's really a case of "it's not always alright if it feels good" eh? lol
     
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    Bleeding and pain or soreness during or after intercourse is not a good thing. Definitely consult your doctor.
     
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    I had the identical thing happen when I first met my boyfriend.... get checked out for sure. If he's thick, then it's probably a little tear like bakardi420 said, but it is worth finding out.
     
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    As a well endowed father of three 20-something children I most certainly cast my vote with other respondents urging you to get medical advice. There are many ObGyn doctors now who will exam and take specimens before referring you to clinical specialists for treatment and followup. My ex-wife's premarital exam just happened to find previously undetected (nonmalignant) cysts on her ovaries that were successfully removed.

    A competent ObGyn can fully advise you on vaginal bleeding sources -- intercourse or heavy menstral for example. These all serve as "red flags" (no pun intended). If you are enjoying hetro or homo anal sex it is also wise to see a doctor if undue pain or rectal bleeding occurs.

    A smart person supports his/her partner when it comes to heeding medical advice for a rewarding sex life. See my earlier post reply about size/misalignment issues.
     
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    Well, TA, I would say some soreness the next day, especially with a big guy and especially if it's rough sex, is to be expected. I wouldn't worry about that so much. On the other hand, I would say bleeding (other than during menstruation) is the body's way of saying something is not right. Yes, you could possibly just be experiencing minute tears, and that might explain why there's not much blood. However, you should speak to your doctor about it, just to make sure things are ok. I'm sure you'll be fine. Have fun! :smile:
     
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    Thanks for the advice, as it turned out I didn't see the doctor before the slight bleeding stopped. It probably was due to the fact that I had just started seeing this guy who's 9-9.5 inches long and really thick.. now I'm more used to him and accommodate him a lot better.. still feel sore next day almost always though but it's a good feeling.. :)
     
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    The answer is "no" and "yes". The body can handle most minor abrasions without long term problems. Repeated abrasions over time may lead to scarring, however, and that's not a good thing. My wife faced this and was reluctant to discuss it even after her doctor brought it up on several occasions. The doctor cautioned her against rough sex and even implied (in my opinion, wife doesn't agree) that I was abusive. That sent my BP up about 100 points but its a different story. In any event, once we had a frank and open discussion with the doctor about the cause of the problem he gave us some good advice and even helped with some treatments.

    You may not need or want to go to such lengths. Another approach is to get some large sized sex toys (dildos) and use them in the runup to intercourse. It will help and don't forget to lube.
     
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