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Had unprotected sex. Light bleeding. Brown bleeding during sex

hi i had my period for upto six days and then i stopped during my period i did have unprotected sex,after i finished my period two days went by fine i had unprotected sex again but i started noticing light blood very very light pinkish and it only when i wipe my self with a tissue ...i thought it would be normal but i was with my fiancee and we made love that time round he noticed the blood and it was very bad bleeding it was dark redish and brownish somif you could kindly answer that for me please
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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HELLO THERE.

THANKS FOR WRITING.

SPOTTING IN BETWEEN PERIODS IS NOT NORMAL.

IT MAY BE DUE TO HORMONAL IMBALANCE OR AN UNDERLYING INFECTION.

CERVICAL EROSION AND POLYPS CAN RESULT IN BLEEDING AFTER INTERCOURSE.

YOU NEED TO VISIT A GYNECOLOGIST FOR EVALUATION AND TREATMENT.

ALSO IF YOU HAVE USED ANY HORMONAL EMERGENCY PILL AFTER THE UNPROTECTED INTERCOURSE YOU HAD , THE LIGHT BLEEDING YOU HAVE NOW COULD BE A SIDE EFFECT.

I HOPE I HAVE ANSWERED YOUR QUERY.

TAKE CARE.
Answered: Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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