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Slightly bleeding during intercourse, Clumps like discharge while urinating. Is it side effect of pill taken before?

Hi I noticed during sexual intercourse yesterday there was slight bleeding , and today when I use the toilet and obviously wipe there are small discharge like clumps that are slightly red in colour. I haven t had a break from the pill for about 2 and a half months, but when I ve done this before it has never had these side affects. Not really sure what it is :-( I hope you can help!
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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In the current scenario, the possibilities are some cervical or vaginal infection, erosion, polyp or just a breakthrough precipitated by intercourse. The clumpy discharge needs to be examined clinically. I would ask you to get a proper clinical evaluation by a specialist and if needed, get a cervical and vaginal swab. If infection is the cause, appropriate treatment helps to relieve the spotting. please do not douche or use strong soap solutions. Use sanitary pads instead of tampons. Hope this helps.
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