hi.. i am 22..married one & half year ago. when me & my husband make love it really hurts me that is my vagina hurts alot!! also after the intercourse i might end up spotted bleeding same day or it might continue 3 4 days. i gt my periods regularly bt before & after periods i am getting spotted red & brown blood on my inner wear.. we have not yet planned 2 make babies till next year..
i am really scared of this and please let me know how to handle this issue and the reason.. thanks !!
If you are continuously spotting after intercourse then he isn't being gentle in you ;( tell him to be more gentle. As for spotting after periods it could mean you are pregnant but if you say it's happened several times after periods I would assume you aren't. Take a few dollar store tests to ease your mind! : )
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