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Having PCOS and irregular period. Had intercourse for the first time and had pain in pelvic and bleeding. Treatment?

hi , am 26 years had a problem of polycystic up to knw i face irregular menstrual problems but from last year i got regular of my periods 2days back i went for first intercourse but not did sex totally in the begining of pelvis gone i got more pain and bleed heavily on that day even blood cloths also happen but next day it came to less but it still not yet gone...what exactly have to take precaustion please help me out
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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You have Polycystic ovary with irregular period it is good that now you are having regular period.
It is normal to have some bleeding during first intercorse as it is due to rupture of hymen and then pain should reduce in subsequent intercourse.
Both of you should spend some time for foreplay and arousal should help in natural lubrication you can also use lubricating agents to help.
If this does not subside and pain and bleeding persist then you should get examined by Gynecologist to see any local trauma or tear and any other cause.
Other possibility spasm of pelvic muscles vaginismus for which a Psychiatrist may be consulted if required.
Hope this helps you
Take care
Good Luck.
Dr.Akhilesh Dubey M.D.
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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