Hi sandydee72, Bleeding on using a sex toy but not bleeding during normal intercouse means it may be due to rough handling of the toy but continuous bleeding means there may be injury to your cervix or inner walls of vagina which needs to be evaluated.
Usually this will clear up on it's own if you use lube and try a more gentle approach while using any toys. If you continue to see blood afterward (whether it's after masturbation or sex) you should have this evaluated by your gynecologist, just so that you can rule out anything serious. Good Luck
The symptoms you have described of having a lot of pain and bleeding after using a new sex toy during sex along with burning during pee since last 3 days can most likely be due to vaginal lacerations or mild vaginal tear. This occurs due to vaginal dryness or lack of lubrication or the rough use of sex toys.
Use of sex toys can cause the hymen to break and thus vaginal bleeding occurs. In normal cases, bleeding may last 4 days to a week. If this continues, seeking medical attention is recommended.
Inserting sex toys can also cause bleeding after sex. It may occur when some large amount of force is applied in penetration. It can either be because of less amount of lubrication used for having sex or also because of excessive use of sex toys.
Sex toys, particularly if you don't use them correctly, can cause post-coital bleeding, says Carol Queen, PhD, a sexologist and co-author of The Sex & Pleasure Book: Good Vibrations Guide to Great...
Deep penetration, whether with a penis, a finger, or a toy, can occasionally cause slight trauma to the cervix, leading to some spotting after or during sex, according to Dr. Ross.
I put a condom on the toy just to be safe along with lube and i noticed no bleeding this time after doing it. I then did it twice more about two months later and again there was no bleeding.
Bleeding should be a rare occurrence. If you're spending time relaxing before anal play (either by yourself or with a partner), using plenty of lube, using toys of a reasonable size and not being overly aggressive, then there shouldn't be bleeding.
The pressure and friction from fingers, a sex toy, or penis may tear open these veins. Hemorrhoids can also cause pain or discomfort during sex. Anal warts (condylomata).