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Bleeding from vagina post protected sex, not on birth control. What is the cause?

Hello. I am 18 years old 135 lbs. I live a very active lifestyle of work and exercise, but am an insomniac, so my body is usually very frail from lack of sleep. I have been sexually active a few months with my boyfriend. After being a month apart, the last few weeks we have been more active than usual, about 2-3 times in one day once a week or so. Last week, i noticed blood in my urine as well as bits of tissue . This lasted a few days and then it went away, but today, after intercourse, i noticed slight bleeding from my vaginal passage. I am a little scared. Could I be pregnant? Is this possibly a uti or kidney malfunction? An std? Neither my boyfriend nor I have tested postived for any std though. We always use a condom (Trojan ENZ if the brand matters) but I am not on birth control . Please help!
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for query,
Your bleeding from vagina & urinary infection is due to your intercourse.This happens when you have more frequent intercourse in a day or week.
The possibility of pregnancy is not there & Kidney malfunction should also be ruled out at this stage.
Just wait by few days if you continue to have blood from vagina or urine then you should consult your doctor.
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Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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