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Bleeding after intercourse, protected sex, heavy bleeding, sexually active for many years. Treatment?

hi,i have been sexual inactive for several months and 3 weeks ago i have started again but ive noticed a small bleading after the first intercourse and the next ones, last night it got really serious and it was a bigger amount of blood .My period is due to come in the next days.We used protection as well so i dont think is a sexual transmited desease.I am traveling now so i cant see a doctor at this time but im wondering what is wrong.I have never had the problem before and i have been sexual active for several years now.Thank you
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
Hai,

Welcome to HCM.

You had not mentioned your age. Bleeding after intercourse in a middle aged woman one should think of cervicitis or changes in cervical epithelium. Cervix is the entrance or neck of your uterus. You have undergo PAP smear examination. That will rule out possibility of early cervical epithelial changes towards cancer.
If you are younger age sexual trauma or certain sexually transmitted disease had to be ruled out.
Certain times your periods may get preponed.
A thorough pelvic and vaginal examination by a gynecologist you get a clear idea and got relieved.
So as soon as possible after your return from travel meet your gynecologist and get everything cleared.
Dr S.murugan
Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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