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Continuous spotting post unprotected sex, itchy and sore vaginal walls, had i-pill. Cause?

i had unprotected sex n my periods wer due in 17 days, bt i got spotting 9 days aftr sex.. d blood is brown n thick n its not like my period flow ..very very less.. having itchng n sore in ma vaginal walls.. i had olso taken an ipill .. its been 9 days n i m still bleeding a lil tat too d same blackish
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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intercourse during menstrual cycle will not effect mentraul blood flow.............spotting for few days after completion of periods may persists for may be 7-10 days in some few women............during last phase of periods the consistuency of blood is more viscous and dark brown in color.After intake of any strong contraceptive will further enhances harmones to regulate and secret flow........but if spotting/itching n sore in vagina persists for long ,may be becos of some other varied etiology,so under this condition priorty to check any GP is must............
Answered: Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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