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Cyst, bleeding post intercourse, had miscarriage. Chances of pregnancy?

after my miscarriage i was told i had a cyst and i bleed everytime i have intercourse is it frim a pop cyst and is it normal and what are my chances getting pregnant
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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The cyst that you had should have no negative effect on your ability to get pregnant. However, bleeding from intercourse is not related to the cyst. There are many possible causes of bleeding after intercourse, which include various infections, polyps, inflammation of the cervix, and others. It is usually easily diagnosed and treated with an exam, so you should see your doctor to get it taken care of. Once your doctor figures out what the cause of the bleeding is, he/she can tell you if it will effect the chances of getting pregnant. Fortunately, it is rare that bleeding should be related to infertility. Most of the time, the bleeding can be treated and you shouldn't have a problem getting pregnant. I hope this answers your question. Please let me know if you need any more help.
Answered: Wed, 26 Mar 2014
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