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Painful Abdominal Pain After Masturbating too hard?

I’ve been looking around the internet for hours on hours to find someone to give me answers, all my google searches only make my worries even worse with how they say it’s cancer or something really bad. I’m a 17 year old girl who lives in NC, the places around me do not allow myself to get things checked out without my parents and I prefer to be private with this topic because it is very uncomfortable to talk to my parents about it. It started yesterday when the first two times of masturbating was just some fingers, it didn’t hurt and was normal but hours later when I did it with a bottle, bad object I know, I think I may have done it either way too hard or I was just doing it too frequent in one day and after I finished the pain in my abdomen starting hurting sharply and only worsened so bad when I stood up and I had excruciating period like cramps that I rushed to take two ibuprofens and a cramp pill (Midol) in hopes it’ll ease it as I fall asleep. Today I woke up much better, it still hurts a bit and sore a little bit but it wasn’t as crazy painful as last night was. Should I be worried if I ruined something internally or am I just sore and need to give it time to rest?
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In general, if you feel you need to see a doctor but don't want to tell your parents the reason,  tell them you need to see a doctor for something that is less embarrassing, such as, a UTI or kidney infection.

Did the bottle have an open end that went inside you? If so, you can do yourself damage by creating a vacuum that pulls on your uterus. I would definitely see a doctor. Your parents don't have to be in the room when you explain what you did.
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ps -- If it had its lid on and the lid stayed on (don't laugh, doctors have found lids of shampoo bottles up inside vaginas ere now), you might have just bruised your cervix really badly. I'd still see the doc. Tell your parents they have to not be in the room when you talk to the doc, and they genuinely don't have the legal right to be there. Good luck!
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Could be you irritated your cervix or possibly a UTI. Definitely go to a doctor. Also, don’t use anything like a bottle that’s a foreign object and not meant to be in the vagina. Some sex toys can cause UTI’s if they aren’t cleaned properly etc. I’ve heard of stories where people put objects where they don’t belong, and it gets stuck. Imagine how embarrassing that would be if you had to be rushed to the ER with a bottle stuck in your private parts.
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