I am experiencing bleeding after intercourse.

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 trauma 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.

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