Bleeding After Intercourse Accompanied By Lower Abdominal Pain?
Hello, I want to ask .. Yesterday Friday, November 23, 2018 was the 4th day of my period. But Thursday night there is only brown spots. Then on Friday afternoon I had sex with my husband, but after having sex came out fresh red blood whose volume is almost like when I menstruate. But it only happens when my stomach feels pain in the lower part of the navel. After not sick the blood stopped coming out. Then in the morning I tried again to have sex with my husband, shortly after that the blood didn’t come out but a few moments later my stomach hurt a little (in the belly button). After I check it turns out blood lg fresh red color. How do doctors respond to this? Is this dangerous or not for me or my husband?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Blood loss after sexual intercourse, can occur due to various factors, including:
Vaginal atrophy or thinning of the vaginal lining
Lack of lubrication before sexual intercourse
Infection in the female organs, such as vaginitis
Injury to the lining of the uterus
Friction during intercourse
Sexually transmitted disease
In your case, you also need to know that sperm has certain ingredients that can trigger contractions in the uterus. So with the condition that you are menstruating, it can be that the contents of the sperm as if squeezing your uterus more and make more blood out.
What is clear, if this condition occurs protracted even when you are no longer menstruating, accompanied by pain in the genitals, pain during sexual intercourse, fever, or other complaints, do not hesitate to check yourself at the obstetrician for further examination. But if not, our advice is that you should not have sexual relations first until it is clear that your menstrual cycle is over, keep the pubic area clean by routinely changing panties and not using tight pants or pants, and prolonging foreplay before sexual intercourse. So, hopefully answering your question.