I have recently got into a relationship about a month ago and we have sex on a regular basis like every other day if not more. I met my boyfriend literally the day after my regular once a month period, so i wasnt expecting my period for another three weeks but when it came after two weeks i got a little bit worried. I ruled it under stress due to other things that were happening in my life and just carried on as normal but ive just got my period again a week after my last one. Also since my period before this one i have been bleeding after sex.. Im only 18 so im really worried and was sure which 'community' to post this in, if you have any idea what it could be please let me know asap thank you!
It's hard to say what's going on. Have you taken a pregnancy test? Some women experience bleeding around the time they are supposed to get their period. This is not their normal period though, since you can't have your period when you're pregnant. Usually the bleeding is due to implantation bleeding, but could also be signs of something more serious.
Bleeding after sex isn't normal. Is there any pain during intercourse? If there is you should stop/stop what you are currently doing. Bleeding and pain can occur if your body is not aroused enough for sex. Even if you are aroused enough, it might be a lubrication issue that can easily be fixed with lube. It's really important to listen to your body though, since you don't want to cause major damage to yourself.
Even if there is no pain you should see your doctor. They'll be able to tell what's going on with your body and what's going exactly. It's always best to know what you're dealing with, so you can change your behavior (if applicable) accordingly. Good Luck!
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