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Why am i bleeding during and after intercourse even though my reports are normal ?

I am experiencing bleeding during and after intercourse. I have been to a dr. paps is normal ultra and vaginal scan is normal he said it was not polyps, there was no infection. This has been occurring for about a year. can you say what might be the problem?
Asked On : Sun, 7 Aug 2011
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Pediatrician 's  Response
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Read your prob, there are some common cause of vaginal bleeding during sex are cervical dysplasia, crevical polyp,adenomyosis ,uterine polyp ,tumor n infection with yeast, tricomonas, chlymidia, n cervicitis. as your scan is normal then you should rule out any infection n cervicitis n start proper treatment after advising of your doc. dont worry this is curable.
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OBGYN Dr. Kalyan Datta's  Response
Ronella, If the source of bleeding has not been detected by the gynaecologist after you have been examined soon after such an episode, then the source is unlikely to be vaginal or cervico-uterine. Otherwise it would not have been missed during an examination. Please go for a urine check up to ensure its is nothing to do with the urinary passage and also ensure that your partner is not the source of the 'bleeds'. Also please get investigated for bleeding disorders, platelet counts and the like.
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