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Vaginal Bleeding After Sex
Yes : Yes - usually. The source of vaginal bleeding after sex is most commonly from the cervix - the part of the uterus that hangs into your vagina. It is most likely just cervical irritation from the friction of sex. As long as you are premenopausal, the bleeding is infrequent, and you have normal, regular pap smears, then you don't have to see your doctor for it. If you are postmenopausal, have bleeding that is heavy or every time you have sex, or if you have had abnormal paps smears in the past, you should see your doctor to rule out more serious causes such as cervical cancer. ...Read more
Not physiologic: Bleeding after intercourse is not a physiologic event; therefore, if it happens, there is no way to tell, how long it will last. Physiologic events are, for example, ovulation occurring in the middle of a 28 day cycle, and menstrual periods occurring every 4 weeks lasting for 4 - 7 days. ...Read more
How to fix vaginal bleeding after sex ? Medication is necessary or will it heal itself after some time naturally?
Hard to guess: A positive pregnancy test then tells a woman that prior spotting was actually implantation spotting. It can be hard to tell if a woman is pregnant because some of the symptoms seen in early pregnancy can also happen in non-pregnant women. A urine pregnancy test gives a reliable result about 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after an odd spotty period. ...Read more
3 doses of?: Of what? Birth control pills? Emergency contraceptive? Neither one should cause consistent bleeding after sex, though either could cause some bleeding temporarily. Please resubmit with more information about what you've taken if you'd like more detailed answer, best wishes to you. ...Read more
I experienced vaginal bleeding after sex and lots of alcohol consumption the night before last. Should I tell my gyno?
Bleeding: Absolutely.Get a more detailed answer ›
Dr pevel answered my question about vaginal bleeding after sex but where do the bleeding come from? Is it away i can stop my private from being sore?.
I have experienced vaginal bleeding after sex the last few times. No STDs. I had an abortion in Nov and have been back on the pill for two months.
Heavy vaginal bleeding after sex, slowed down a bit now shall she go to hospital even if it's stopped? Never seen it before.
It depends....: It's 9 pm in UK. If no other symptoms (dizzy, lightheaded, pain, fever) probably it's safe to wait til morning unless bleeding starts up again. For sure she should call her gyn or GP in the morning. Might she be pregnant? Are you or she at risk for STD (new relationship, other partners, etc)? If so, you should also be checked; bleeding triggered by sex can be due to cervicitis or STDs. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer