Light bleeding after intercourse at 6 weeks pregnant!
Hello everyone Im trying not to freak out here! I am about 6 w 2d pregnant I just had intercourse with my boyfriend and as soon as I went to the bathroom (sorry TMI) I saw a bit of blood nothing serious I didn't panic. But then Im cooking and feel something gushing down my I checked and I had dropped a bit of blood no blood clots but it was bright red. I peed and on the tissue more came out it was light but very bright after a 2nd wipe there was no more blood. Should I be concerned???
Well, when you're pregnant the blood flow to your cervix increases, so it's normal to spot some after intercourse. Especially if it was relatively rough. But I'm not sure about 'gushing'. But if you are really concerned about it call your doctor.
Also irratation could have accurred, I've heard a doctor tell ladies on here don't have sex until you are completly ready and or use water based lub so irratation doesn't occur, I had it in my last pregnancy. You should be fine but do tell your doctor at your next appointment
Glad I could help good luck :) and also going to "hard" maybe another reason why rough sex could have taken a toll down there Since we have all that extra blood flow lol. If it irratates you just tell him to take it easy, for the baby. Lol
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