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Bleeding post sex, mid-cycle bleeding post delivery. What is the cause?

hi doc,plz help me out...i have a 2yr old daughter..and till 1yr i had no sex but few months back i had sex but it started bleeding a bit...then the nxt mnth i gt my period,on the 7th day of my period again i had sex,but again it started bleedin why is this so...and one more thing on 28thjune-4 wer my periods but today again after 10 again my periods have started plz help me there any problem?
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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You seem to be having post coital bleeding (bleeding after sex). This can be because of local causes i.e. polyps, cervicitis etc. You also informed about bleeding starting 1 week after stopping of menses. You need to have a gynaecological examination to rule out any causes for local bleeding. If it is due to certain infections, you can get treated. Sometimes ovarian hormonal irregularities lead to irregular menses. Any polyps in uterus can also cause the same. Ultrasonogram and hysteroscopy if required can clearly make out the cause after looking for local causes in gynecological examination.

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Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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