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Noticed blood coming from vagina while intercourse. What are the risks?

last night I and my boyfriend had sex. At the middle of our intercourse he notice that there s blood coming from my vagina . It was our third time of having sex together and almost a month that we did it again after our second time. I don t feel pain or anything on my vagina when it is bleeding and when I washed it the blood also was gone. I was thinking that maybe because of the condom that we used. Was does this mean is this dangerous or something pls help.
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Hi there

Are you are very sure its blood coming from vagina? If you are not getting any pain during intercourse the bleeding may not be due to injury to the vaginal lining, but, sometimes it may come from a lesion on the mouth of the uterus or an endometrial polyp. Make sure you use well lubricated condoms or may be use additional lubricant and also watch which part of the menstrual cycle the bleeding occurs, is it in the middle of your month, just before the period starts etc.

Take care
Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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