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Red line from the start of butt crack to anus, vaginal bleeding while having sex. What could it be ?

I was a virgin up until a week ago, and had sex for the second time 2 days ago. My partner noticed during our second time that I had a red line from the start of my butt crack to my anus . At first we thought it was blood because I m new to sex, and there was some vaginal bleeding when we began that session... but the line hasn t gone away, even after multiple showers. It doesn t itch , it doesn t hurt, it doesn t feel any different from the other skin. What could it be? We used protection both times.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Hello ma'am.

What is most important here is to find out since when this line is present. You are aware about its appearance only because your boyfriend noticed it, but due to its location, it could habe gone unnoticed for quite some time.

The line does not match the presentation of any sexually transmitted infection and so I would recommend a physical examination by a doctor. Please schedule an appointment with your doctor for the same.

Hope this helps.

Take care.
Answered: Tue, 23 Jul 2013
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