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    johnnyalbert posted:
    So we're a gay couple, I bit my boyfriends penis (he wanted me to for some reason....) and ever since (just today, but still hours ago) it's been secreting small amounts of blood periodically. I'm wondering if this will go away by itself or should we see a doctor? I did bite quite hard so I'm assuming I ruptured something inside.

    Thanks for any information on this topic you can give me!

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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Normal. I've cut myself and was still slightly bleeding a few hours later. He should just keep it clean and if possible, put a bandage on it.


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