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Bleeding post intercourse during 5 weeks pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   Hello
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   I have a couple questions about bleeding while Im pregnant
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Please proceed
User :   I am 5 weeks pregnant and right after me and my husband had intercourse I had light bleeding
User :   this is the first time but i was wondering if it is normal or not
Doctor :   ok
User :   if i have anything to worry about
Doctor :   I suggest that you take complete bed rest for a couple of days
User :   ok
Doctor :   If the bleeding recurs then I suggest that you consult a gynec
User :   Ok...
Doctor :   Also Intercourse is better done lightly and avoid thursting movements
Doctor :   Try to sleep on your left side with legs slightly elevated.
Doctor :   Try to employ other types of intercourse like oral sex and foreplay rather than actual penetrative sex.
User :   Ok...Thank you so much for your help!
Doctor :   you are welcome
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