Causes bleeding during sex
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A bloody discharge after intercourse with or with no pain can be light or heavy depending on the cause. Some women experience light pink spotting while others encounter heavy bleeding that can even last 2 days after intercourse. Spotting can be a source of worry, especially during pregnancy. Here are causes and how to deal with it. Vaginal bleeding after intercourse is also called postcoital bleeding.
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Sex is messy, thanks to all the bodily fluids involved. But blood should not be on that list of bodily fluids making a regular appearance in the bedroom. Vaginal bleeding during sex is sometimes NBD, but other times it can be a sign of a health problem—like an infection or even cancer—that needs to be addressed. Anal is a topic for another day. Ross, M.
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Pregnancy often means you have to stop doing certain things—like having a glass of wine with dinner, drinking Diet Coke, and relaxing in the hot tub. But it doesn't mean you have to give up everything you enjoy, including sex. In fact, for most women, having sex during pregnancy is completely safe and not something that has to be avoided—unless your doctor advises it. That being said, some women do experience post-sex bleeding when they're pregnant.
Maybe you just need more lube; maybe it's a sign of something more serious. At its most basic, sex is about exchanging bodily fluids. The good news: Postcoital bleeding, as bleeding or spotting after intercourse is officially called, may be embarrassing and worrisome. But if it happens more than once, it's time to check in with your doctor.