Hi! If you were my patient, I would ask you to come in for an exam. Bleeding after intercourse is common; it is NOT normal: and usually a cause can be found and remedied. First I would do a pap to rule out abnormal cells on your cervix and also rule out polyps. I would look for any lesions on the outside or inside of the vagina that might be bleeding. I would also look for any signs of infection that might be causing the bleeding (I would offer you testing for STIs too)If we STILL had not found anything, I would suggest an ultrasound to make sure there were no problems with the lining of the uterus, or ovaries that might be the culprit. Good luck! Dr B
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