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wound in the cervix

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 17, 2011
  • 10:20 PM

I'm so much worried about the some blood that i saw on my vaginal discharge after masturbating. I inserted the handle of a 6 inch hard plastic hairbrush in vagina. Pushed it hard, in and out until i had my orgasm. After two days, i did the same thing.I saw not a bit bloody discharge. When i checked the end of the hairbrush handle there is little protruding sharp area (in the middle) that could have caused the wound inside. I checked the net with pictures inside the vagina and it is the cervix which is located at the end. What could possibly happend to the wound inside? Are there pains that i could possible feel if there is indeed a would inside? Can the wound heal in due time? What could i do? Should i see a doctor? Thank you so much for any help extended by clarifying me on these questions.

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  • I'm so much worried about the some blood that i saw on my vaginal discharge after masturbating. I inserted the handle of a 6 inch hard plastic hairbrush in vagina. Pushed it hard, in and out until i had my orgasm. After two days, i did the same thing.I saw not a bit bloody discharge. When i checked the end of the hairbrush handle there is little protruding sharp area (in the middle) that could have caused the wound inside. I checked the net with pictures inside the vagina and it is the cervix which is located at the end. What could possibly happend to the wound inside? Are there pains that i could possible feel if there is indeed a would inside? Can the wound heal in due time? What could i do? Should i see a doctor? Thank you so much for any help extended by clarifying me on these questions.There are different opinions about pain sensitivity of cervix.According popular & scientific wide-spread info:- "The cervix and uterus have very few nerve endings and are not sensitive to ordinary touch. The cervix is not even tender when it is inflamed."- "The cervix uteri has no pain-sensitive nerves."- "The cervix uteri is considered to be more or less insensitive, and may be grasped with the vulsellum and cauterized without any anaesthetic."But some patients acknowledge some pain symptoms.Actually it's individually, it mainly depends on person and conditions, although its sensitivity normally less than vaginal.Yes, during some time the wound should be healed by your organism, but beware the possible complications. For example, the wound may be infected because hairbrush is not absolutely clear/sterile.It is reasonable to take gynaecological examination in order to make sure that you don't have serious damage/injury and everything is alright.Be well
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