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I don't know.: Possible reasons for bleeding during or after sexual intercourse include: vaginal trauma, sexually transmitted disease, iud, cervical cancer, cervical polyp, combination oral contraceptives (cervical erosion), endometriosis, vaginitis, ; adenomyosis. Recommend gynecological evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If I start to bleed during sex what is the problem and should I be concerned. What do I do if this occurs?
One day with my ex the sex was very rough and I started bleeding. Now sometimes I will bleed during sex. Why is this?
Check it out: Should have an exam to find out ...Read more
I'm aware of the fact that not every woman bleeds after sex but if a woman "does" bleed, does it happen right after sex? Or can it happen after 2 hour
It depends: There are a few reasons why you can bleed with intercourse, and the timing depends somewhat on the source of bleeding. A superficial cut or tear will bleed immediately, as will a cervical erosion or a cervical polyp. A uterine polyp or endometrial hyperplasia may bleed with sex, but take longer to make itself known. Get it checked out by a gynecologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard one?: Was it a hard one? Did you lubricate enough? Was there a lot of friction? Could you have started your period? Do you have a lesion in your vagina? If you feel there is no reason described above, you will probably need to have a physician look in your vagina to determine the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many causes...: Intercourse involves body parts that are very delicate. Sometimes the trauma of intercourse can make them bleed. Intercourse can also precipitate bleeding from the uterus through movement or even uterine contractions. Bleeding after intercourse can be a sign of something more serious such as uterine cancer so should be evaluated if it is persistent. Best wishes! ...Read more
Where is the blood?: If you are talking about blood on the penis, it is possible it is coming from you. Sex can cause an inflamed cervix to bleed, and the blood can get on his penis. Hematospermia (blood in the semen) is a fairly common problem that is almost always harmless. If the problem persists, you should both check in with your family doctor. ...Read more
Depends: There can be many causes. You may have an infection, the bleeding can be from the cervix. You could have a polyp that is bleeding from the trauma. It can also be due to irritaion of the vaginal mucosa. You should see your doctor to have a pelvic examination. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer