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Why am I bleeding after sex?

hi good day my problem is dat i had sex for the first time four weeks ago, i had my period two weeks after ever since i have been urinating more often during the night and feeling very upset, i haven t taken a pregnancy test but my tummy have grown a bit and feels a bit different and i m always hungry. Two days ago i began to bleed after having sex and i don t know what caused it can you please tell me what is wrong with me. thanks much
Asked On : Thu, 19 Apr 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
As you had menstrual period two weeks after first sex, chances of pregnancy due to first sex are not present. 2nd time you had sex only two days ago, which may or may not result in pregnancy. You are probably suffering with U.T.I. with/without Vaginitis. It requires examination and investigations like routine examination of urine, culture & sensitivity of urine & vaginal swab, and tests to exclude S.T.D. You are advised to consult a Gynaecologist in person.
Wish you good health,
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