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Bleeding after intercourse
is of concern. You must go for pelvic examination and repeat PAP smear
to your Gynecologist. Best time to do Pap smear is three to five days after the last day of your period. You should not have intercourse before you go for PAP smear.
Having multiple partner is a high risk behaviour. it increases the chances of HPV ( Human papilloma Virus
)infection. HPV virus is the most important cause of Cancer of cervix. First Intercourse at early age , multiple partner, frequency of intercourse, and oral pills
, put the person under high risk for developing cancer. Bleeding after intercourse could be one of the symptoms of cancer of cervix, though there are many more causes for the same.
You should also ask your Doctor to do Dry cervical swab test for HPV strains. If you do not have High risk HPV strain virus, then you must take prevention vaccine
for HPV virus.
You must use condom to prevent various STDS as well as as a contraceptives.