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Light Bleeding But No Pain After Intercourse
I haven't had any sexual intercourse for 2 years until recently and I had a slight bleeding after sex and no pain and only for a moment. Please advise.
Normal occurrence: Don't worry. The mechanical effects of sex can cause simple abrasions in the vagina or surface of the cervix which might then bleed a little. Pain can be your guide in these situations. As long as you don't hurt and bleeding stops right away there's little to worry about. You might consider using lubricant and I'm trusting you are using protection from STD's because if not you'll need to be tested. ...Read more
After intercourse, I started bleeding. I have an ovarian cyst. Pregnancy test is negative. Does that mean the cyst is popped? No pain just blood.
November, period lasted over 3 weeks & had large clots. Didn't see a period in december, but bleed during/after intercourse (no pain)... What's wrong?
Get checked.: I am always concerned about bleeding with intercourse (unless having a period), because it can be a sign of cervical cancer. That doesn't mean you have it, of course, but it means you should be evaluated. It also sounds like you have heavy bleeding and clots, which may be a sign of other conditions such as fibroids — or even miscarriage! Please go in and have an exam. Far too important not to! Lg. ...Read more
Nothing: There are usually hormonal in origin and have no clinical implication. ...Read more
Bleeding: Post-coital bleeding (bleeding after sexual intercourse) is most likely related to a vaginal tear. A history of painful intercourse strengthens the suspicion. The tear can be small or extensive, so if there is prolonged or heavy bleeding, an evaluation with a doctor should ensue. ...Read more
On 10-14-2012 and10-162012 after intercourse with my b/f I noticed bleeding. Then about 2 days later after no intercourse-more bleeding...?
I am experiencing a significant amount of bleeding since right after intercourse. It's two days later. What are the possibilities? Thank you.
Post coutal bleeding: Depending on your age, there can be many reasons. Consider normal cycle if it is around that time, trauma during sexual intercourse, any chance were you pregnant before. But see your doctor and an evaluation of cervix, Pap , endometrial lining is needed or to even rule out any signs of injury. ...Read more
You should be seen: If this is not your very first time then you need to be checked for pregnancy, infection, and cancer. Probably not serious, but this is not a common occurrence unless there is a lot of traumas or you have something going on up in there. You don't need to be seen while it is happening, but as soon as possible afterwards would be a good idea if you can time it that way. ...Read more
Cervical trauma?: The bleeding is likely resulting from cervical trauma--i. E the tip of the penis hitting the cervice repeatedly during relation, especially your partner is long. This usually resolves spontaneously. Some cervical disease such as polyps, cervictis etc. Can increase bleeding risk with minimal trauma. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Probably normal: That is not unusual, but if it persists or is painful, you need to be seen. ...Read more
If you are : Regularly having this problem, you should consult with an ob/gyn. ...Read more
Need to be seen: If the bleeding is not coming from an obvious tear you should be seen fon an exam. If there is a tear you should use a lubricant to make entery easier. ...Read more
ER is severe : If you are having pain 10/10 this means you feel you are dying and are in agony. Usually 10/10 is related to gunshot wounds broken bones and other trauma. If that is true then you should be in the er now. If you were exaggerating and now feel fine schedule a visit with your obgyn and discuss the work up for endometriosis. ...Read more
Lmp 19 dec for 6 days. Last intercourse 1 jan. Length of cycle 25 days. After intercourse I was bleeding. . What is possibility of prpregnancy?
See details: Why ask when a simple pregnancy test available to any pharmacy will give you the answer. If you miss your next period do the test. ...Read more
Difficult to say: Some people bleed after intercourse due to trauma and inappropriate lubrication. Pain after intercourse can be due to structural problems. Infection should be ruled out as well, especially sexually transmitted disease. If there are psychological issues with sex, you can potentially have pain and cramping, but not usually bleeding. See your doctor. ...Read more
Near expected period: Implantation happens about 6 days after conception. In one study about 9% of women have 1 day of bleeding in the first 8 weeks of pregnancy. Just to be confusing, this tends to happen around the time you would have had a period. Some call this implantation bleeding. Remember, though, it is not very common. Only 9% or so. Best wishes! ...Read more
Implantation bleed: Implantation bleeding is much more common on the internet than in real life. It occurs rarely and exclusively in someone who is pregnant. The only way to know if someone had implantation bleeding or just irregular menstrual bleeding is to wait and see if you are pregnant. If your test is positive then this was implantation bleeding. If it is negative then it is just irregular menstrual bleeding. ...Read more
No: Implantation bleeding will not occur this early. It is typically around 2-4 weeks after conception. If you think you might be further along, check a pregnancy test now! ...Read more
No: But other bleeding can occur.Get a more detailed answer ›
Possible: Implantation occurs about 10 days after conception, so implantation bleeding can occur any time after that and for several months as well. The placenta continues to develop throughout the pregnancy — so occasion spotting is usually not a problem — but if you are concerned you should see your doctor ...Read more
I'd ignore it: 'Implantation bleeding' is subtle and unpredictable, if it can be interpreted at all. Iit is 99% internet nonsense. Implantation always happens 6-7 days after fertilization, so that's the only time you could see it. ...Read more
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