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Hitting Cervix During Intercourse Bleeding
Day 16 of cycle. Cervix felt "tender" during sex; deep penetration slightly painful when hitting the cervix. Could this be ovulation related?
No - get it checked: 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**. ...Read more
Not pregnant?: If you are not pregnant then consistent bleeding with intercourse is always abnormal, suggest you see a doctor in person for this. ...Read more
Extreme bleeding during sex. Why? No bleeding before sex or any indicators, but during sex, there was intense bleeding.
9wks Preg. Has intercourse last night ,started bleeding @3am.if I injured my placenta or cervix during intercourse, how long will the bleeding last?
Unlikely: The strings need to "wrap wround" the cervix to avoid your feeling them. If they are too long or too short, you may be able to feel them, but it is doubtful they would cause you pain. Have your partner see her gynecologist to check the strings and make sure the iud itself is where it should be. A simple ultrasound can determine proper placement. ...Read more
Bf put tip of penis in. No ejaculation. Started bleeding 7 days post intercourse. Implantation bleeding? Or early period?
Early period: Whoa there, bessie! unless you want to get pregnant don't put any penis tips in! that "pre-ejaculate" has the most concentrated sperm of all, so you could get pregnant without ejaculation! implantation bleeding is usually 2 weeks after ovulation, which is 4 weeks after the start of your last period, i'm going for irregular/early menses and no baby. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gyn care is needed: Unless the woman is on her menstrual period during this foreplay, it sounds like whatever is being done could be painful and dangerous. Non-injurious foreplay should not involve bleeding or pain. If there has been a vaginal or other injury, it could bleed. The woman probably needs a gynecological exam, as well as some kindness and compassion. ...Read more
Yes: If your doctor can reach your cervix during a pelvic exam then the average male penis can make contact with it during sex as well. Sometimes women have to make their partners back off on depth of penile insertion. In fact stimulating the outer third of the upper vaginal means more likely to stimulate the g spot. If your partner is inserting to your cervix, that may be too deep for you. ...Read more
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