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what happen to me during sex have fresh blood in my vigina (vagina)...cause of what?befor i never experience like this setuation..only 3 moths ago..and after sex its normal no bleeding..what kind of tretment need to do or what kind of medicine to take?pls help me to stop bleeding during sex.
How are you? What other symptoms are present? Post-coital bleeding may be attributed to a variety of issues such as cervical ectropion, infection, possible precancer or cancer of the cervix or uterus, and even trauma or injury. It is best that you have this checked by your gynecologist for proper evaluation and to rule out serious conditions mentioned above. Pelvic examination and diagnostic tests such as pap smear, STD panel test and blood tests may help with the diagnosis. Take care and do keep us posted.
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