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Blood and mucus only on wiping, excessive white discharge without smell. What could this be?

I m a 25 yr old mother of two was told I had pcos been taking b.c to have r.p in the last four month I have not had a period p. are negative and show and also been told i don t have pcos any more the last week I have been bleeding only when I wipe a little here of red color also lots of discharge white thick no smell. Now after having intercourse the next morning I wiped and it was a lot of bright red blood and mucus mix but none in the toilet or on y underwear what could this be
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Post coital bleeding is likely to be due to inflammation of cervix. Would suggest you to get speculum examination done from your Gynecologist.

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Dr T Shobha Deepak
Answered: Sat, 30 Nov 2013
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