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Light bleeding after sex
Hi
Ummm about a couple weeks ago I lost my virginity to my boyfriend, and I already didn't have a hymen due to foreplay with a prior boyfriend when he used his hand. But of course I bled a little after having sex the first time, a couple days later we had sex again and I bled a little bit... and today which was the third time I bled a teeny bit, like... barely enough to even notice. But I was wondering if it's normal to, occasionally in the beginning, get a really small amount of blood during intercourse.
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Yes, it's perfectly normal the first 3 or so times.  If it continues or gets heavier, then I would get an exam.
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oh ok, thanks so much.
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Yes that is very normal. Please use safe sex practices.
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Trust me I always do!
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