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    Anal Masturbation? Slight bleeding help?
    An_255508 posted:
    Er. Not sure where to put this.

    But I used a plastic wrapped tampon to anally masturbate. When I was finished, there was a VERY SLIGHT amount of blood on the end and there was what looked like skin or thick mucous on the end. There wasn't anymore bleeding and still hasn't been.
    Am I at a high risk for infection? Or should I be okay..
    dfromspencer responded:
    When you say plastic, what kind of plastic? And, was it clean? As far as what came out, I wouldn't be too worried. You probably scratched your insides, but since there is no more blood, you should be fine?!

    I wouldn't worry, your inside is easy to scratch with just about anything?! The mucous looking stuff, is probably part of the digestive juices?

    My advice is; don't worry!!!

    billnjenn replied to dfromspencer's response:
    There are no "digestive juices" to the depth anyone would penetrate themselves.

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