I just found out that i am pregnant, but over the past week every time my husband and i have sex i bleed afterwards for a few hours like period bleeding but again only for a few hours...Sex generally isnt painful although in some positions it is..What could this mean? and should i worry?
sex generally does not cause miscarriage but every women is different. i know, when i am pregnant my doctors tell me no sex because i am high risk. is this your first pregnancy? and have you seen a doctor yet? if you haven't, i would suggest mentioning it to him/her when you have an appointment. when you're pregnant, it's quite normal to bleed lightly after sex, as long as the bleeding stops and is not accompanied by cramps or clots it's usually nothing to worry about, but talking to your doctor might ease some worries.
I would make an appointment with an OBGYN and just in case, take another pregnancy test. It may be that you just have to try different positions. But I do have to say the "period type" of bleeding concerns me a little, which is why I suggest seeing an OBGYN about this.
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