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vagina78 posted:
hi i think my 12 year old is master way to much i have a feeling she been inserting random thangs in her vagina and using them as toys but i recent ly found a hot dog buried in trash and it was covered in a type of mucus so as my daughter left for school i walked in her room and ive found over 33 thanggs that she has used plus i think she uses her tampons applicater like before she dose the second part she masters with it , what should i do plz respond
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Louise_WebMD_Staff responded:
Leave her alone. Masturbation is private. Here is more information on Masturbation.
 
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wwilson89 responded:
How often she does it should be left alone, but I would definitely discuss the types of things she's using. I can imagine some things should probably not be inserted into one's body for safety and hygiene reasons.
 
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ashley27409 responded:
Masterbation is something we all do..some won't admit it, but it's normal. As long as it's kept private and your daughter takes care of herself "down there", there shouldn't be any real issues. If she's harming herself with objects in her vagaina, I'd discuss with her the problems it will cause and how to not hurt herself. Ohterwise, let her do it. It's much better than her getting the real thing......


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