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masturbation during period

I am 13 and I masturbated for the first time while on my period, is it normal to have more blood than usual?
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Contractions from orgasm can make your uterus contract. It's theoretically possible that their contractions could shake off the endometrium (that's loose in your uterus already) at a little more rapid rate. But not more blood overall.
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I am pretty sure it has stopped, so am I ok?
I don't think it was more blood, I think when it loosened, my period blood came out faster, but will it affect me having kids in the future?
No, endometrium is supposed to leave your uterus every month, it doesn't stay. That's how the uterus stays clean and healthy in preparation for some day supporting a baby.
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