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Had unprotected sex, bleeding took plain b. Again had unprotected sex developed continuous bleeding. What is it?

My boyfriend and I had unprotected sex and the next morning I woke up with blood but didn't continue to bleed three days later took plain b and give days later had unprotected sex again and woke up with blood and continued like it was my normal period but stopped on my third day and the next day I spotted what could this nee
Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Hi and thanks for the query,
Post coital bleeding is usually either due to some traumatic lesion during sexual intercourse or at times requires that a lesion at the level of the cervix like the cervical tumour be excluded. In your case, it looks more of a traumatic lesions., However, a clinical evaluation by your gynecologist is necessary, considering the fact that it has actually repeated its self. This could be another opportunity for a more general examination to be carried out and to do a pap smear to exclude any possible cervical malignancy.
I therefore suggest you consult your gynecologist,
Best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
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