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Unprotected sex, bleeding from vagina, stopped. Causes for symptoms?

Me and my gf have had unprotected sex a few times but i havnt cummed in her and she isnt on the pill , the other day she woke up with blood on her in the morning because she thaught her period started so the next day she wears tampons but that night she took it out and there wasnt no blood init and the same thing the next day, so i want to know what that means if blood came out only once in the night for a few hrs.
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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hi dear menstural bleed doesnt come and go so its cant be menstural. the only thing left out then is injury. either u r getting injured or may be her cervix is getting injured. i would suggest to just avoid sex for one night and check the next morning. also a personal advice, please use some protection. sperms are there in pre ejaculatory fluid also. its not necessary to cum completly. thanlk u
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