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Been bleeding after each intercourse. What is the reason?

I am 48 years old and it was a long time i dont have sexual intercouse. Recently had sex with my bf and everytime we had sex i have bleeding , I noticed on the bed there is a lot of blood but no pain after i wash there s no more. My last papsmear was one and half year ago and i was ok. What is the reason? do i need t see a doctor. I dont have family doctor can i go to walk in clinic to see whats happening to me?
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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Although cervical cancer is the most common cause for bleeding after sex ,however this is not the only reason.
Other common causes include
Precancerous changes in cervix called as cervical dysplasia
Cervical ectropian
Cervical polyps
Sexually transmitted diseases
Uterine polyps and uterine fibroids.
Since it is beyond the scope of this forum to discuss it in length about each condition,I advise you to consult a Gynecologist as early as possible and subject your for physical examination and relevant investigations.
Once the diagnosis is made,proper treatment can be instituted.
Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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