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Have unprotected sex, bleeding, pain and discomfort. Negative pregnancy test. Check up required?

So I have been bleeding small amounts of blood everyday for the last 10 or so days. I have been having unprotected sex and we have been using the pull out method. I shouldn t be pregnant for I have taken a home test and it was negative. I have slight pain and discomfort that seems to come and go and it feels like it s my female tubing. Should I go in for a check up? I ve never been to a gynecologist , I m 17 so I think I should have already been going in for checkups.
Asked On : Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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Hello. I'm sorry you're having problems. The most common cause of vaginal bleeding after sex is cervical friction (that is, your partner's penis striking your cervix). However, there are a number of other conditions that can trigger spotting, such as a cervical polyp, a uterine fibroid or endometriosis. And, since you're having unprotected sex, another possibility is a sexually transmitted disease.
Given the persistence of your bleeding and pelvic discomfort, it would be wise to see a gynecologist to make sure there's nothing serious going on here.
I hope that helps!
Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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