Hi guys. I'm new to this but I'm just hoping to find out any information I can. After sex for about 2 weeks, I've been having bleeding. It's not a lot but it's a good amount. I've been with the same guy for a year and we just got married. (Yay! )Anyways, I went to the ob yesterday and he said I had a bacterial infection and gave me antibiotics. He also put silver nitrate (I think thats what it's called ) on my cervix because he said it was red and tender. He also said it could be from my husband hitting my cervix. When I got home, I noticed a little bleeding. Later that night I took a shower and small blood clots were coming out as well as the white stuff from what he put up there. I put a pad on and woke up today with it looking like it could maybe be my 3rd day of my cycle. I'm 23 and my last pap came out abnormal with LSIL which was 3 months ago. I'm not due for my period for another 4days. I'm lost in this thing called life and just want things to be back normal. Any suggestions??
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