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Long periods, had intercourse during periods, blood on toilet paper. Should I worry ?

I recently finished having my period this month but the unusual thing is that I had it for 6-7 days when usually I have it for 4 days. On the second day of having my period, my boyfriend and I did have sexual intercourse. We didn t use protection but I did take the emergency morning after pill a few hours later. A couple of days after I had finished my period we did have sexual intercourse again but this time when I went to the toilet after we did it, the toilet paper did have some blood on it, it was nothing to bad just a light red patch but this has never happened to me though. Should i be worried?
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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Dont worry at all , because it is normal to have bleeding lasting for 5-6 days. You have intercourse in last days of bleeding that why there may be some blood on toilet paper. Also you have more than sufficient protection.
so dont worry. IF next cycle is not regular then consult your gynecologist.
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Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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