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Had bleeding after protected sex, next time had pain on thighs and lower abdomen while bleeding after sex. Is it normal ?

Hello doc Wanna knw like Had protected sex on 10 after that had bleeding on 12 & 13th And on 17th again had protected sex and then again had bleeding but this time around ma period dates for 3-4 days with a little pain on my thighs and lower abdomen Want to know is it normal periods the second time I had?? Or I m pregnant??
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

Bleeding after sex is not always normal. It has several causes like blunt trauma inside cervix/ vagina due to rough sex, uterine/ cervical polyp, pelvic or vaginal infection, vaginal dryness, Ca cervix or any growth etc.

It is too early to determine conception. Confirmation of pregnancy is only to be done after missed period with home pregnancy test or blood test.

Here, you need to consult with gynecologist to proceed pelvic examination and pap smear test to rule out causes. Complete STD panel is also required. Take suggestive treatment according to test report.

Tranexamic acid group of drug is generally used to arrest bleeding temporarily. Practice safe sex with condom. Maintain genital hygiene before and after sex.

Hope, it helps. Good luck.
Answered: Thu, 29 Aug 2013
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