My boyfriend of a year was performing oral sex on me, when all of the sudden I felt something give, like break, and I got a sharp pain in my abdomen right as it happened. I doubled over and he stopped immediately, after a second or two he noticed I was bleeding. I couldn't move because I was in so much pain, once I was able to move I rushed to the bathroom only to find out I was bleeding, and a good amount. I quickly cleaned up and washed everything to clean off the blood to see what was going on. I could find nothing where it was coming from. I am not s virgin and nor is he, he was "going to town" on me... I have no idea what could be going on, and frankly I'm quite scared. Any advice would be amazing. Thank you so muchView Thread
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