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    bleeding during sex
    sydneylu posted:
    Has anyone experienced this years after hysterectomy
    betsyo1967 responded:
    this is the std exchange. you probably want to post this on a woman's health related exchange.

    sorry but I haven't explored the options on webmd as to the various exchanges since they changed it all last month to specifically recommend an exchange.
    LoveYorkies responded:
    If you are having postcoital bleeding and have had a hysterectomy you need to see a gynecologist. There is a small chance that you have developed a vaginal cancer that could cause postcoital bleeding. The more likely explanation is vaginal atrophy where the lining becomes thin and frail. There are creams and estrogen supplements that may help with this condition. Still, you should get checked out to make sure you don't have anything serious going on.

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