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After Rough Sex
It depends: This is a value judgment. If both (or maybe more than both ;) participants equally consent to rough sex and no one gets hurt then I do not feel it is "bad." if one person forces it on another against their consent then i would consider it to be very bad. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibilities: Include a vaginal infection such as yeast or bacterial vaginosis, or an irritation reaction to something such as to a lubricant, or a raw area from chaffing from dryness. If you think it might be a vaginal infection - having more discharge plus itching or irritation or odor - you may need to see your doctor to tell what is going on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Question: Is your question, am i pregnant? Or is there the possibility that i could be pregnant? If you have sex, protected or not, there's always the chance of pregnancy due to birth control failure. If your question is, what are the chances of pregnancy 7days after period started, with protected sex, the answer is very low. Some women can and do ovulate as early as that, so using protection=good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Penile bleeding can occur after any type of trauma (sexual or otherwise). A condom can protect you from infections causes but not traumatic ones. If you are uncircumcised, you may have penile adhesion or fissures that cause bleeding. Regardless, seek an opinion from your provider if it persists or if you are concerned about an std. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can implantation bleeding occur 3 wks after unprotected anal sex? I had unprotected anal sex 3 weeks ago. Period is due within next 3 days.
No: Women have more than one hole, but sperm must enter the correct hole in order to swim to the egg and create a pregnancy. Any activities in the wrong hole do not lead to pregnancy (unless other activities happen "in the heat of the moment"). One can consider using a reliable form of birth control if not wanting a baby, regardless of what sexual activities are going on, as life can be surprising. ...Read more
Did u call your gyn?: Hopefully you already called your gyn who did the cyro, i assume your gyn told you not to have sex until a couple of days after your discharge is totally gone, you need to see your gyn to make sure the cervix is healing properly and does not have an infection, and no more intercourse until you se your gyn. ...Read more
Allergy, STD, cyst ?: There could be a variety of possible explanations and you should review all potential products as well as any personal history of allergies. It could be a sign of an std and appropriate safeguards should be taken. It could also be a cyst albeit not likely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
On pill 12 days before having sex. Possible ovulation? Took plan b 31 hours after sex. 3 days after sex cervix high and soft. Possible pregnant?
Not normal but: Not unusual as the anal canal has significant vascularity or blood vessels including your hemorrhoids and any unusual trauma can cause bleeding, infection and actual damage too the anal sphincter mechanism which can be a very difficult thing to treat. I would avoid anal intercourse if possible. ...Read more
It hurts so good: I would expect that this is partly "use it or lose it." if you're having sex for the first time at 36, realize that there is going to be quite a bit of "accommodating" that your vaginal tissues are going to have to go through. I can imagine that pent-up desire could have led to quite vigorous sex, which would cause soreness in any woman. Use a lubricant, and keep having sex. It will get better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Male, Was virgin. Had vag sex. Condom slipped off. Inserted once after. Only Reciprocal oral sex after. Std/HIV chance? Supposed virgin girl but idk.
Pretty good: If you are trying to get pregnant have sex every other day with your husband during that fertile time period. If you are worried you may have gotten yourself pregnant, talk with your doctor about birth control. Consider using Plan B if it is the next morning. If you are not married consider condoms to avoid HIV and herpes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possiblities: There are many possible reasons for bleeding during /after sexual intercourse. ** menopausal women may have atrophic vaginitis with decreased vaginal secretions & thinning of vaginal mucosa. ** some sexually transmitted diseases like chlamydia, gonorrhea, or trichomoiasis ** endometritis.** endometriosis** adenomyosis**erosion (inflammation) of the cervix ** uterine polyps** check out comment. ...Read more
Anal Sex: Normal: This common sexual practice is used for many reasons including the situation you cite. Anal sex is also used in many cultures to preserve the hymen, and thus protect the "virginity' of the female partner. It can be a fun and powerful exercise to add to your sexual play. It takes some practice to get it right. I often recommend "the joy of sex" as an instruction manual to learn how to play safely. ...Read more
Assuming it is not: From a prior std, the microtrauma to tissue during sex can cause edema(swelling) and foreskin is well vascularized. This is why it is so easy to transmit std's, as the skin is damaged and fluids wash in and out of the micro-tears, the std's are easily transmitted. That being said, recommend protection! hope that answer helps. ...Read more
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