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Why is there blood after intercourse?

Hello, Well i am writing as i was pretty confused few weeks ago about my virginity . Actually am 26 years old i had my first intercourse without noticing any blood but pain, 5 days of intercourse then got my period . A week after my period was over i had some intercourse for 3 day and the last day i started to see some blood and on every time i used to feel a bit of pain. What does that mean??? Plz help me
Asked On : Sun, 1 Apr 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Well Na, no worry about your virginity as it gets lost definitely with any attempt to intercourse.
Blood and pain is not mjust for first intercourse.
Pain following intercourse and blood following intercourse may eb likely due to some bruises caused by the same or at times there is likely hood of infection. If it doesnt settle in a week , you need to consult a gynecologist to look where the blood may eb coming from.
Please detail if you have any other issues. thanks. do write reviews.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Chandra Shekhar Sharma's  Response
Most women are born with a hymen, a thin piece of skin that partially covers the vaginal opening or introitus. It has at least one opening. During first intercourse blood comes out due to its rapture. Sometimes it is thick which do not rapture during first inter course. Pain might be due to infection or other condition.
You should consult a Gynecologist.
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