Ok, so i have been married for 4 years been with my husband for 5, and my question is, in the last 2 months my period has come every 2 weeks, i just got off it agaon 3 days ago, but also, anytime i have sex after an orgasm i bleed, i thought maybe it was normal, but now even when we have oral sex without anything inserting the vaganal area i still bleed, the bleeding lasts maybe 5 mins if that and its gone its bright red, i am starting to get really worried now that its doing it,it just seems to be after orgasm and i bleed, i do plan on making a ob appointment but was wondering in the mean time if anyone here had any answers to what this could be...i am on no birth control, i have 2 children 1 and 3, this is just starting recently and im worried.
Your irregular bleeding may be a sign of something serious like an infection or injury, or it might just mean that your hormones need some adjustment, so, yes, you should definitely see your gynecologist or go to your nearest women’s clinic.
About that post-orgasmic bleeding: Usually nothing to worry about. The uterus contracts during orgasm, just as it does during your period and during childbirth, so can expel
some left-over menstrual blood from your last period or early blood if your period is about to arrive.
There are also a couple of other conditions which can also cause bleeding, such as HPV, so do get checked out by your gynecologist. Dr. J
Am having the same problem am on the depo everytime my husband have sex If I have a orgasim I bleed right after it for about 5 min I switch birthcontrol I was on yaz about a year and I was having bad headaches and went on depo it's embarrassing but my husband says it's okay
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