Can you bruise your G Spot?

Floral Floral
I'm fairly new to gspot toys. I've been using the pink double g which I love, but every now and then I feel sore the next day. Not just with this toy though, this has happened with others. I really don't think I've bruised my cervix because I just haven't put the toy in far enough and it feels sore at the gspot area--I think, not 100% certain. Is it possible to bruise the gspot? I'm not being rough! So I don't understand what's going on. I did read in a book about female ejaculation that if ejac. builds up from stimulating the gspot but doesn't come out you can have a "blue balls" like effect later on. I'm not ejaculating, would like to, but it's just not happening.

Does anyone have experience with something similar?
Mar 12, 9:28 pm
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SaucyxGirl SaucyxGirl
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Originally posted by Floral
I'm fairly new to gspot toys. I've been using the pink double g which I love, but every now and then I feel sore the next day. Not just with this toy though, this has happened with others. I really don't think I've bruised my ... More
I have never bruised my G-Spot that I am aware of, but I have had a bruised cervix in the past. I have also had a general feeling of discomfort after rough hard sex/masturbation. Years ago I brought this up to my OBGYN, after ruling out infection I was informed that it might be possible the roughness caused me to be to tender.

Is it only happening with G Spot play or it happening with other forms a sexual play? Blue vulva (female equivalent of blue balls) might be a possible. The few times I have experienced it it involved a dull ache in outer vaginal area...but different bodies react differently.

If you have a OBGYN make a an appointment and see what they say. BTW if you are embarrassed to bring it up, don't be. Trust me they have heard it all in ways of questions and sexual practices.
Mar 13, 10:28 am
edeneve edeneve
yes, most definitely, the G-spot can be bruised. you don't need to be playing rough. maybe the curve is too extreme for your G-spot. try a dildo w/o much curve & see what happens.
Mar 13, 4:27 pm
Floral Floral
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Originally posted by edeneve
yes, most definitely, the G-spot can be bruised. you don't need to be playing rough. maybe the curve is too extreme for your G-spot. try a dildo w/o much curve & see what happens.
Interesting theory! However, the first few times I tried the toy I used when I got this sensation were absolutely amazing, no soreness at all. Do you think the curve could be too extreme during some parts of the menstrual cycle than others? I know the cervix moves, but...? This time it was just a few days before my period.
Mar 13, 11:43 pm
Floral Floral
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Originally posted by SaucyxGirl
I have never bruised my G-Spot that I am aware of, but I have had a bruised cervix in the past. I have also had a general feeling of discomfort after rough hard sex/masturbation. Years ago I brought this up to my OBGYN, after ruling out infection I ... More
It only happens with gspot play.

I would love to have a doctor to ask about things but the one I have doesn't seem to be very helpful to say the least!
Mar 13, 11:45 pm
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