So im 11wks 4days and I went to the hospital because after an orgasm I bled very bright red blood and was nervous. Ultra sound revealed baby is fine but the dr didnt exactly tell me what had happened for the bleeding all she told me was to take it easy. But she did not tell me how long before I could have intercourse again. My question is does anyone know how long before me and my fiance could have intercourse again?
I wouldn't worry much about it, unless you start bleeding a lot or cramping along with it. With my first pregnancy I bled after sex some, but a little bleeding early in pregnancy is normal as long as there isn't cramping along with it (in that case call your doctor). Cramping & bleeding are normal as long as its one or tthe other and not both at once. Good luck!
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