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Are there any STDs that can make your vagina bleed?

Are there any STDs that can make your vagina bleed?

Sure: Certainly, several infections can cause irritaion/inflammation of vagina, cervix, etc which may lead to discharge and/or bleeding. The skin inside becomes very friable or easily irritated and may cause bleeding. Get checked asap if/when this happens. ...Read more

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Can rubbing penis on vagina make me pregnant if there's no penetration?

Can rubbing penis on vagina make me pregnant if there's no penetration?

Yes: If seminal fluid is released and has access to your vagina , you can get pregnant depending the cycle of your period . With penetration and ejaculation the chance is high but with rubbing and not aware of whether semen is released also can result in pregnancy ...Read more

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Are there any STDs that can make your penis bleed?

Are there any STDs that can make your penis bleed?

Condyloma: A genital wart (condyloma) in the urethra can present by small amounts of blood found at the meatus or in the linning of your underwear. If the blood is in the urine or ejaculate, there are many possible conditions to consider. ...Read more

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Can candidiasis make me bleed during intercouse and if so why?

Can candidiasis make me bleed during intercouse and if so why?

Yes, it can: Candida is a yeast infection that causes irritation to the vaginal tissue. The mechanical movement of intercourse can make the irritated tissue bleed. Best wishes! ...Read more

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Do uti's make vagina itch?

Do uti's make vagina itch?

VAGINAL ITCH: The treatment for bacterial UTI can cause yeast overgrowth and cause this. ...Read more

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Is there any STD that can make my vagina hurt?

Is there any STD that can make my vagina hurt?

Yes: An std could cause pain in the vagina either by causing a sore in or near the vagina (like a herpes outbreak), or by causing inflammation of the vagina, urethra, cervix, or other things in the pelvis (often gonorrhea or chlamydia). If you're having pain in your vagina, you should see a healthcare provider to help you consider appropriate std testing and identify other potential causes. ...Read more

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Does a clit piercing make your vagina smell worse?

It can make that: General area smell worse if it is infected. ...Read more

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Vaginal dryness causing skin to tear and get sores. Making intercourse painful. What's wrong with me? Definitely not an sti.

Vaginal dryness causing skin to tear and get sores. Making intercourse painful. What's wrong with me? Definitely not an sti.

Vaginal Dryness: Vaginal dryness in 18 years old is seen sometimes but you can overcome that by using a lubricant like KY jelly or any other vaginal moisturiser, sylk is one name come to my mind dont use it if you are allergic to kivi fruit as it is derived from extract of kiwi fruit. ...Read more

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Can putting soap in vagina makes your vagina itch and burns no STD ?

Can putting soap in vagina makes your vagina itch and burns no STD ?

Soap in vagina: Yes, many soaps contain chemicals and perfumes that can cause a mild chemical burn of the soft tender vaginal tissues. Rinse the area with a lot of plain warm water and apply aloe gel to sooth the tissue. Seek care if not better in 1-2 days or sooner if symptoms get worse. ...Read more

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What could cause menses to come out vaginia and rectum? Does not happen when using a tampon. No rectal bleeding otherwise. Bm softer with menses. 31/f

What could cause menses to come out vaginia and rectum? Does not happen when using a tampon. No rectal bleeding otherwise. Bm softer with menses. 31/f

Fistula: A communication between the vagina and rectum can occur after various life events, such as birth trauma or diverticulitis of colon, among other causes. This is a recto-vaginal fistula, and can be diagnosed by your gynecologist or surgeon, sometimes using xray studies. See your gynecologist promptly. ...Read more

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Could Virginal Introitus on a pelvic exam in my medical records mean I have an imperforate hymen? It does not say vaginal introitus, but virginal?

Could Virginal Introitus on a pelvic exam in my medical records mean I have an imperforate hymen? It does not say vaginal introitus, but virginal?

No: "Virginal introitus" doesn't have much meaning. It does not mean "imperforate hymen". The reason "virginal introitus" doesn't have much meaning is because a doctor usually cannot tell by looking, whether or not a woman has technically had sexual intercourse (a penis has entered the outermost space of her vaginal area). ...Read more

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Why do women bleed from the vagina while intercourse?

Why do women bleed from the vagina while intercourse?

It happens: When there is bleeding from the vagina during intercourse it is usually the result of trauma or menstruation at that particular time. ...Read more

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Why do viginas rip during penetration of the penis?

Why do viginas rip during penetration of the penis?

Hymen: Young women usually have an intact hymen that is torn with their first occasion of intercourse; so bleeding is not uncommon, and in some cultures a bride must demonstrate that bleeding as a sign of her virginity. ...Read more

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Can you get pregnant through dry sex? The penis went inside but there wasn't any pre-ejaculation or regular ejaculation. Thanks!

Can you get pregnant through dry sex? The penis went inside but there wasn't any pre-ejaculation or regular ejaculation. Thanks!

No: Assuming your two assumptions are correct, which is not always easy to determine, absence of ejaculation or pre-ejaculation ("dry sex") which contain the sperm will not result in pregnancy. ...Read more

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What makes my vagina bleed after sex?

Bleeding: Post coital bleeding or bleeding during sex may be related to a variety of problems with the vagina, cervix or uterus. You should make an appointment to see your gynecologist for evaluation. ...Read more