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Pain and bleeding while intercourse. On birth control. What is the reason?

so yesterday i was having sex with my boyfriend well attempting too...well first of all this isnt my first time and it always hurts, which i thought wasnt suppose to. then because it was hurting he pulled out and i started to bleed alot. it was like a bright red and it has never really been this way before. ive always had a little spotting but not like this. I do take birth control . I was on my first day of placebos but considering i dont get my period untill midweek i thought it would be ok. ive just never bleed that much before
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
The less likely possibility of normal periods.
There might be some tear inside leads to frank blood may be a polyp rupture.
Due to dryness in vagina or due to some more pressure or hormonal imbalance due to birthcontol pills the mucus membrane tear leads to this type of bleeding.
You should consult gynec for its diagnosis.
Answered: Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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