Hello and welcome to HCM
It seems from your history that you are having post-coital bleeding. Post-coital bleeding is bleeding after having intercourse.
Post-coital bleeding should not ignored. You should visit your gynaecologist for clinical examination.
post coital bleeding can be caused due to a numbar of benign and malignant conditions.
To name afew:
1. Cervical polyp
, cervical dysplasia
, pre-invasive condition, cervical cancer
2. Vaginal inflammation
, vaginal infection
3. Endometrial polyp
, endometrial inflammation
Clinical examination will help the gynaecologist to order further investigations and thus management.
A delay of few days is acceptable in a normal menstrual cycle.
However, if the periods are still delayed, consult your gynaecologist for the same.
will alo cause absence of periods so a pregnancy test can also be undertaken.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal