i tend to get a pinkish dischanrge sometimes after having sex with my boyfriend, its only happend twice but its always once it hurts me whilst having sex have i been cut inside and when having sex again my boyfriend sometimes catches the head of a scab which leads too bleeding ? please help
I don't see how you could be cut inside unless you are sticking some weird sharp objects up there. The cervix is full of blood vessels and sometimes sex can irritate the cervix and cause some light bleeding or spotting. Especially if you have sensitive cervix, are pregnant, don't have much sex, just started having sex, are really young, not aroused or wet enough, or have an STD. Sometimes of the month the cervix seem to be more sensitive then others. Do you remember if it was hard sex or if you weren't warmed up enough? Next time if it happens again try to take note so you can prevent it from happening again. Usually its nothing to worry about, but if it continues or bothers you its always a good idea to go get checked out to be safe.
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