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Burning sensation during intercourse that diminishes gradually, instance of blood spots on tissue post intercourse. Cause?

I have recently started seeing a new partner and we have had quite a lot of intercourse. The past couple of times it has been sore when he enters me like a slight burning sensation which starts to disnappers as the sex goes on . However there was little spots of blood on the tissue last time like a cut , does thinks sound like friction burn or something g more serious?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
The common causes of bleeding and pain during sex are cervicitis that is inflammation of cervix ,vaginitis that is infection of vagina commonly by yeast and of course trauma with excessive intercourse.
There is nothing to worry.I would suggest you to consult a gynaecologist who may be able to examine you for pain and bleeding during sex and may prescribe you appropriate treatment.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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