I am an 18 year old female, and I masturbate very often. I just rub my vagina, but I do not finger myself. I get really tempted to finger it. Whenever I try to do so, I get nervous and just finish it off by rubbing my vagina.
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Is it safe to finger my vagina? If yes, how do I do it? What are the safest ways to do it and how often should I do it? Is my hymen going to break if I do so? Will I lose my virginity? Also, is it weird that my vagina becomes wet when I am aroused?
Welcome to dearteassociazione.org.Vagina will definitely be wet when you are aroused, so there is nothing to worry about it.Usually, fingering may lead to infection and irritation. Yes, there are chances of hymen rupture. The rupture of the hymen depends upon how strongly and deeply you insert your finger.There is no harm in masturbating, just see to it that you maintain personal hygiene. Even if your fingering, be gentle and wash your hands.
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