Bleeding After Intercourse?
Hello dokI want to ask about the problems that arise in my partner after we have sex. We do it without safety, and I put my penis not until the tip is full, but only only half. After about 10 seconds, my partner said he was sick, so I withdrew it again. My partner was just in a sexual relationship and me too.2 The next day, he bled like brown spots like one of the signs of pregnancy, but it came out a lot. Plus she was menstruating on the second day after we had sex. This blood has been going on for about 5 days. In addition, my partner experienced nausea and pain in the abdomen (like cramps), and plus vaginal discharge in the past 2 days. Is this a sign of pregnancy or venereal disease? Because on most websites say bleeding as a sign of pregnancy occurs on the 5th day and above. Please help
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The depth of penetration of the penis into the vagina during sexual intercourse actually does not affect the potential for pregnancy. However, if it is true that you and your partner have sexual relations while she is menstruating, then the chances of a pregnancy actually are very small (almost 0%). Because, during menstruation, the potential for sperm cells can survive for a long time in the female reproductive organs is very small. Not only that, during menstruation, the potential for mature eggs around the uterus is very minimal.
Nevertheless, the potential for pregnancy cannot be ruled out 100%. It is possible, the brown spots that he experienced outside the menstrual cycle, plus nausea, abdominal pain, and vaginal discharge are signs of pregnancy. Perhaps also, this series of complaints is actually only a part of pre menstrual syndrome, psychological disorders, dyspepsia, urinary tract infections, other infections (including sexually transmitted infections), and so on.
Instead, ask your partner to do a testpack if he experiences menstrual delays huh .. If the results are negative, chances are he is not currently pregnant. Vice versa. You can also check it directly to the doctor or obstetrician so that his condition can be evaluated more accurately. To help him overcome his complaints:
Avoid sexual relations, if you are not married, and not ready to get married
Remind your partner to always keep the cleanliness of their sex organs, live a healthy lifestyle, eat regularly, and don't stress too much
In order to reduce nausea and abdominal pain, your partner can apply warm water compresses first
Encourage your partner to not take drugs carelessly
Hope this helps ...