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Bleeding from cut in perineum during sex. Medication?

i have been with my boyfriend for almost a year now. my boyfriendis quite large down there and it did take some time for me to get used to his size, so he was very gentle when we had sex. however there was one time when we had a little more rough sex than usual and i found myself bleeding. i did not realise where the bleeding was coming from untill i felt a stinging cut on my perineum so after this injury we took a little break from sex to allow me to heal. But having a little break did not help, it is like the cuts on my perineum keep on re-opening i whet to get some advice from a doctor at my clinic and she told me perhaps there is not enough lubrication down there but this is not problem because we always do enough foreplay and he also stimulates me orrally to make sure and yet i still bleed i really want to know wat is happening to my skin down there and why its not healing? its like me and him can never have rough sex anymore otherwise i will bleed also most of the time it is not even rough and i still bleed, please can someone tell me what is happening because of this i am always having a fear everytime i have sex now
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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Thanks for using healthcare magic forum.

I have gone through your available history.

You might have developed minor vaginal abrasion or tear which has not healed up properly. Because of this, you have bleeding while sex. But You should also rule out any cervical pathology.

You should consult your Gynecologist for detailed evaluation and management. Doctor will also rule out cervical infection if any.

You should also avoid sex until you heal completely.

I hope You will be fine soon and regain sex life quickly.

Answered: Fri, 3 May 2013
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