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A 19-year-old female asked:

I has sex for the fisrt time last thursday and i bled a little d since then, every morning there's still a little bit of tiny blood spots when i wipe. it only happens in the morning and there's very little blood. is this normal or i should worry?

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Dr. Gloria Fong
Family Medicine 40 years experience
Spot after sex: It is not unusual to spot after intercourse if the cervix has been traumatized. The bleeding should not last after a day or two at most. If it persist then you should have it looked at.
Dr. Tony Willson
Family Medicine 17 years experience
Not unusual: After your first episode of intercourse a little bleeding or spotting is not unusual. If the bleeding continues, you should be seen by someone however. This should subside though within a few days. Please practice safe sex.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 25 years experience
Normal: There can be some tearing of tissue so having a small amount of bleeding is not uncommon. I would not fret. Take care.
Dr. Anne Phelan-adams
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You shouldn't worry.: Most likely the bleeding came from irritation to the vaginal opening. I hope you used some form of birth control! Now that you're "sexually active" you need routine Gyn exams with Pap & STD tests & advice re: birth control. Condoms provide some protection against some STD's but isn't the best form of contraception. Consider also getting the vaccine for genital warts.

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