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bleeding after intercourse


Posted by sibelcan87

i had just finished my period and i me and my husband had intercourse about half hour after i found i was bleeding , there was no discharge i am also on the contraceptive pill the bleeding has been going on for nearly 24hrs should i be worried and what could be causing it please tell me?
 
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Hi,

I had a similar problem. It turned out that I had uterine/cervical polyps. The doctor removed them and my cycle returned to normal. In researching my problem, I discovered that polyps are a fairly common problem for many women. But, I don't know if this is what you have. Some women who use contraceptive pills have intermittent bleeding. Your doctor may want to change your prescription so that you don't have this issue.

It would be best for you to see your doctor as soon as possible to determine the cause of your bleeding. Once you know the answer, you can do something about it.

Best Regards,

CK Wilde

www.3GenFamily.com

Hi,

I had the same problem a few years ago. It turned out that  I had uterine polyps. So the doctor removed them and my cycle went back to normal. Polyps are actually quite common.

Some women experience intermittent bleeding when taking contraceptive pills. Your doctor may want to change your prescription.

The best thing to do is see your doctor who can give you the answer to your problem. 

Best Regards,

CK Wilde

www.3GenFamily.com

 

Hi,

I had the same problem a few years ago. It turned out that  I had uterine polyps. So the doctor removed them and my cycle went back to normal. Polyps are actually quite common.

Some women experience intermittent bleeding when taking contraceptive pills. Your doctor may want to change your prescription.

The best thing to do is see your doctor who can give you the answer to your problem.

Best Regards,

CK Wilde

www.3GenFamily.com
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