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Continuous bleeding also during intercourse, had taken birth control pills earlier. Cause?

i m married for 8 yrs and my husband is in abroad for 2 yrs, but now we are together, were having sex even if i have a period , then i start taking birth control pill for 4 days of my period. but the question is why am i always bleed during intercourse, i just stop taking pills . but it continous bleed even if i m stop taking it. thanks
Asked On : Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
You should avoid intercourse during menstrual periods. You have not mentioned the name of birth control pill you are using. But there are no chances of pregnancy due to intercourse during menstrual period. Birth control Pills causes withdrawal bleeding only. If you do intercourse during menstrual period, bleeding will be more, but bleeding every time during intercourse in other days is not normal. You should consult Gynaecologist & get yourself examined at your earliest.
Wish you good health,
Answered: Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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