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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Had first intercourse 3 days ago, bled slightly during and light bleeding the next day (not heavy enough to wear menstrual pad, panty liners did suffice), got less and paler throughout the day and the next however attempted intercourse again 2 nights ago, however didn't happen as it was painful, the next day there was slight (red) bleeding again and it again got lesser and paler/browner the next day. Today it was completely gone however just after I'd passed bowel movement I noticed fresh red bleeding again (enough to cover half of panty liners) that I thought I'd gotten my periods (although only due in 10-13 days), however that was it and has stopped since. What happened? Please help me.
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   I am Dr.....
User :   hi
User :   im sue
Doctor :   Let me read the query
User :   ok
Doctor :   and reply you in a couple of minutes
User :   alright
Doctor :   What is your age?
User :   23
Doctor :   Were you having regular periods earlier?
User :   yes quite regular
Doctor :   Were you having a protected intercourse?
User :   yes
Doctor :   Can you hint me if the blood during the stool is from the vagina or through anus?
User :   i think its from the vagina
Doctor :   Is it frank red blood?
User :   yes
Doctor :   Were you completely lubricated before the actual penetration?
User :   might not have been completely. I did experience some pain initially
Doctor :   Ok I think the first sexual intercourse had caused enough tears in the genital tract to bleed
Doctor :   and this is aggravated onthe second encounter
Doctor :   The minor bleeding and pain points towards that
Doctor :   It is necessary for you to have good lubrication before you actually act
Doctor :   It is better to use artificial lubricants
Doctor :   or lubricating condoms
User :   Is it possible to get pregant from precum?
Doctor :   I suggest you to abstain from vaginal intercourse till the pain subsides and there is no blood seen further in the panty liners;
Doctor :   since you have protected intercourse you may not be pregnant
User :   there was inital foreplay where the condom was not yet put on
User :   however he did not ejaculate without the condom on
User :   but I am just worried about precum as I have been reading stuff online about it
Doctor :   Actually precum does cause pregnancy but your episode is not too typical for pregnancy
Doctor :   Hence you should not worry
Doctor :   From now on play safe with a condom
User :   I am just worried as I think I'd had had intercourse during my fertile week
User :   as my period is due in abt 2 weeks from now, or less
Doctor :   I know but you just should not repeat it without condome
User :   definitely not
User :   so the possibility of pregnancy is low and the bleeding is caused by the tearing? I was also worried as I came across some reading on implantation bleeding or ectopic pregnanc
Doctor :   Just keep cool and do not be over worried by the static pages of information on internet
Doctor :   It is definitely good to talk to a doctor
Doctor :   Is there anything else I can help you with?
User :   No that is all I think
User :   Thank you very much
Doctor :   Thank you for consulting me
Doctor :   Bye for now
User :   bye
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