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Bleeding during intercourse
An_252015 posted:
I'm new here and have an appointment booked with my family doctor this Monday the 27th. Just wondering what to expect and could be looking at. This has happened for the last few years. If I'm not on the pill then I bleed quite heavy during sex. I have never had this problem if I'm on the pill. Here are some points as to what's going on to make it easier:
  • the blood is very red
  • im a healthy 29 yr old
  • never had an abnormal pap
  • keep up to date on my regular Pap tests
  • intercourse is not pailful or rough, Except for about a month ago I got several cramping during intercourse that we had to stop.
  • I have had limited sexual partners, but always done a STI test after a relationship had ended
  • the bleeding only happens when I'm NOT on the pill
  • had my doctor look into this a few years ago, got an ultrasound done and nothing came up from it.
  • it's to the point sex requires towels, showers and loads of laundry after.
  • my boyfriend is normal size.
  • this has occurred in previous relationships Any help would be appreciated as its becoming quite a pain. My boyfriend is very supportive and not grossed out, but worried he is Hurting me and concerned about my health. Thank you
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