Thanks for writing in.
Bleeding from the vagina either during or just after sexual intercourse is never normal and should always be checked by a doctor.
A variety of vaginal, cervical or uterine conditions can lead to bleeding from sex, such as common inflammation, various sexually transmitted diseases or abnormal growths that can include cancer. As you have normal pap smear
, risk of cancer is not present, still get it done yearly.
Presence of per vaginal discharge
indicate presence of infections like trichomoniasis/candidiasis
. Still I would recommend you to consult doctor
for diagnosis of bleeding during intercourse. Change of partners is risk factor here.
I hope this information helps you.