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Vaginal bleeding while having intercourse, inter-menstrual bleeding. Causes and cure?

hi i would like to know a couple of things first off i am a little confused. because the last time i got my period and it was normal was sometime in early december and i know its still early in the month but last week i was having sex and i started bleeding it looked like a period but im not sure it was very little and i would only bleed when i would have sex.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Post coital bleeding as it is called, needs to be investigated straightaway. It could be due to any of the local lesions including cervical polyps, cervical erosion and an unhealthy cervix. You should see a gynecologist for a local examination, a pap smear and a trans-vaginal sonogram as well to locate the cause. Meanwhile abstain from further intercourse, and if you miss a period, check for pregnancy also. Wish you good health.
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