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Blood around vagina after having sex, black bump close to urinary tract. Treatment?

Im a 16 year old female and recently after having sex with my boyfriend (protected sex always, of course) i had blood around the vaginal area. I checked that it wasn't period blood, and i realized that there was some kind of black bump causing the blood close to my urinary tract of about 1cm diameter. However, later on i checked and it had gotten smaller and i realized that there was more black area up the urinary tract. Im surprised because it does not hurt, even when i urinate.
I have never gone to the gynecologist but I am on perfect health. I know that sooner or later i will have to go of course, but i would like to know if i could do something on my own.
Thank you for your time!
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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hi..
you had sexual intercourse and bleed after that..
it is common to have bleeding when you have sexual intercourse for the first time due to rupture of hymen membrane..
since you dont have any complaint like pain and persisting swelling, you can ignore it and move on..
there is nothing to worry...
bye..
Answered: Fri, 19 Jul 2013
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