Bleeding after masturbation

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Uuugh, okay this is really embarrassing, but here we go. So I’m a 16 year old virgin, my periods don’t happen without pills (progeststorone) which I have lost. When I masturbate (fingers only) I bleed. I’ve read that it could be dirty fingers and or nails too long. Since I bite my nails when they get snagged on something they are short, then I tried it again. I’ve tested this 8 different times maybe more and gotten the same result: bleeding. Yesterday, I went to the restroom to see exactly how bad it would be rather than what I was doing which is going to sleep because I didn’t care. I’ve let it slide and chalked it up to it being nothing, but when I saw how much blood it was yesterday I decided it might be time to ask something. It was a lot, to be frank, and was quite like how period blood is: glibly and some part black depending on how bad it is. The issue is is the fact that this isn’t the first time I’ve had this issue, and honestly it worries me. I haven’t told my mom out of embarrassment, but told my best friend who pushed me to tell her. I want to get a online opinion more so because I know there’s a girl, like me, out there and scared to death that there’s something wrong with her.  For that girl too afraid to speak up I’m going to do it for her and ask, and if no answers I feel fits my situation I’ll tell my mother. Thank you for your time.

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    Search Gillick Competence and you will find in most countries you can see a doctor without having to tell a parent.
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    You definitely have to see a doctor. I's not okay to bleed all the time during masturbation. 

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