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Had unprotected sex. Started bleeding after 2 days but it was not periods. 2 weeks passed, still bleeding continuing. Should i be concerned?

I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend 2 weeks ago, two week before that i had my period. We had sex on the monday, and on the wednesday i noticed i was bleeding, but it wasn t my period. It was light to start but then got a bit heavy. I m still having a bleed, but not it s become a lot darker. I went to the doctors after a week of bleeding and they said it was common. But now it s 2weeks and a 1 and i m still like this. Should i be concerned? My boyfriend pulled out before anything happened and i ve taken 3 pregnancy tests just to be sure.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Thank you for this query and using our forum for your health questions.

The likelihood of pregnancy is almost zero. Even if you were pregnant, it can no longer still be in place. Stop doing pregnancy tests. You are not pregnant. Let's rather concentrate and find out what the cause of this bleeding could be.

In most women, inter menstrual bleeds are not always as a result of something going wrong somewhere. they often show up without any real cause. First monitoring is the way to go. However if bleeding should be very heavy or last long as in your case, then you will need a proper exam and maybe an ultrasound of the genital organs to make sure all is okay. If nothing abnrmal is found, then may be controlling this with medications would be a wise thing to do and if a problem is found, then it should be addressed.

I hope this helps and provides guidance on the way forward. Feel free to return and ask us more questions. We shall continue to provide answers.
I wish you a speedy recovery.
Dr. Ditah, MD.
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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