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Friable cervix causing post coitus bleeding - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Women Sexual Problems
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User :   hi I am 22,and i had sex first time last time,while sex bleeding started,i dint experienced any pain though,it stopped in the morning next day until we tried again next night and it stated bleeding again.I experience no bleeding after sex though.Please guide what the reason could be
Doctor :   hello
User :   hi please suggest the reason for the same
Doctor :   i am Dr XXX here
Doctor :   give me a min
Doctor :   let me read your query
User :   hi doctor
Doctor :   so you had painless bleeding during intercourse ?
User :   ya
Doctor :   ok
User :   very little pain just coz of he being inside pain for bleeding
Doctor :   so this happened the next time too ?
Doctor :   can u tell me how much was the bleeding ?
User :   the blood spread the sheet while we were doin sex and so we stopped
Doctor :   ok both time same thing happened ?
User :   i washed and den used sanitary naphkins and saw little blood
User :   yes
Doctor :   I suspect you have what is known as a "Friable Cervix". This essentially means that your cervix is very prone to bleeding.
Doctor :   it can be beacause of an infection
User :   we could not continue as soon as we realized its bleeding
Doctor :   did you use any lubrication ?
User :   no jst used the condoms
Doctor :   as a vaginal tear too can cause if the vagina is dry
Doctor :   wait 3- 4 days and next time you do it . try with a lubricant and it again still you experince bleeding then you need to get a physical examination done by a gynecologist
User :   i'll am out of my place and wil do the intecouse after 4 months from ia there any chances to bleed
User :   next time we try
Doctor :   are your periods regular ?
User :   yes absolutely
User :   is it normal???
Doctor :   Sometimes women bleed after have rough sex.
User :   yes it was not at all rough
User :   though he is big
Doctor :   If the bleeding continues, or gets heavier, you would have to see a doctor
Doctor :   as then we will rule out any infection
User :   do other girls bleed ??
User :   and can i avoid bleedin by taking any precautions???
Doctor :   well yes they do during the first time but its not hard and fast rule
Doctor :   try lubrications
Doctor :   as the bleeding might be due to the vaginal tear
User :   can u suggest any one ava. in the market
Doctor :   you can use KY jelly
Doctor :   its not of much concern don't worry
Doctor :   but still if it persists then a physical examination is must
User :   physical
Doctor :   by a gynecologist
Doctor :   normal examination
User :   also we are getting married in 6 months and its vry imp for us to hav some exp of sex life so i wanted to have great sex..can u suggest some way to carry out smooth sex
Doctor :   like i said you should use proper lublications
User :   also which position should one go for..
User :   doctor are you there???
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   i was telling you that you need to use lubrications that will help you
Doctor :   missionary is good for the first time
Doctor :   later you can try any what ever you enjoy
Doctor :   are you there
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