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Blood on clitoris after sex, swelling. What is going on?

I just had sex and afterwards i noticed blood on my clit and abit around the vaginal opening i also noticed this thing protuding out of the vaginal opening it was swollen and purple colored with blood coming out of the hole. I think it was a swollen uretha no idea. Its been 14 hours since and the bleeding stopped an hour after the incident but now i feel sick and itchy what could be wrong.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
i feel this could just be a hymen tear which is perfectly normal post sex especially if this is the first time. the fact that the bleeding stopped after an hour supports this notion. nothing to worry.Relax!!
Answered: Mon, 26 Aug 2013
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OBGYN Dr. Rubee Khattar's  Response
Hi dear,
If it is your 1st or 2nd experience with the sex tan, it could be well due to hymenal tear which is absolutely normal.in that case noting to be done further. However, if already had sex number of times than kindly go a gynecologist, get examined as
it may be due to some local pathology.
The cause of itching may be vaginal infection, specially after unprotected intercorse and this also requires investigation and treatment
Answered: Tue, 27 Aug 2013
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