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Bleeding AGAIN
So I'm almost 15 weeks pregnant and I'm bleeding yet again after sex. This time is alot heavier than last time. I bl d at around 11 weeks after sex but it wasnt as heavy as this. I was told to refrain from sex for 2 weeks which I did. I've been having sex with no problems after but here we are again... I called my midwife and she's happy enough, we've heard baby and baby is fine. She just said no sex for 4 weeks. Why is this happening! It's super frustrating. Why is this time alot of blood and last time not? Because if anything, we were too rough last time, this time was just normal sex. Anyone got any experiences or advice? This is my second baby and I had nothing like this the first time.
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Just no sex.. maybe the baby is raising itself way at the bottom.. when u do heavy lifting or jumping or hard sex. Baby comes down... idk how but my two pregnancy were like that .. then on my third i didn't do too much sex on the frist trimesters (  or in a way i didnt do any work). and i was just fine after 6 mts i did my part in sex...
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I had bleeding after sex with my last pregnancy. Every single time. See said as long as it was brown not red and not heavy like a period I shouldn't worry and never told me to refrain from sex. So we didn't, we had lots of sex and I'd bleed a bit every time and I had a big beautiful and healthy baby girl.
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speak to your doctor, obviously.  Some women DO have these bleeds as well as the cervix is very vascular.  My good friend bled heavily due to the vascular cervix an had no issues with the baby in general.  But talk to your doctor about it.  good luck
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Thanks ☺
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