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Had intercourse, long periods, light pink flow. What could it mean?

I recently had intercourse, and my cycle came shortly after like the next morning and my cycle has never lasted longer than 3/4 days and this time it lasted almost 7 days it started normal I guess then lightened up by the 5th day a pinkish color then I could only see it when I wiped, then it stopped and later that evening I felt a flow but it was a light flow again pinkish, then it finally went away, what could it mean?
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thanks for your query.
Bleeding after intercourse could have various reasons.
If it wasnt the first time, it obviously wasnt a hymenal bleed and a hymenal bleed anyway wouldnt last this long.
You could be having cervical polyp, cervical erosion or cervical growth.
endometrial polyps also present in this manner.
Rarely, stress, anxiety, vigorous intercourse, endometriosis, frequent travelling, thyroid disorders, ingestion of hormonal medications, polycystic ovaries could present this way.
If you are sexually active without protection and you have abnormal periods, the possibility of an early pregnancy, failed pregnancy or an ectopic pregnancy always remains.
take care.
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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