Bleeding After Intercourse At 4 Months Of Pregnancy?
Morning. I want to ask my pregnancy age has entered 4 months. Often yellow spots appear. And the first time after HB blood spots came out. How is that dangerous for my fetus?
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Bleeding from the vagina after sexual intercourse is a concern for pregnant women. Increased blood volume in the body of pregnant women, which also impacts the reproductive tract of pregnant women, can lead to post-traumatic bleeding. Some pregnant women experience an increased sex drive. It is not uncommon for a minor trauma to occur in the vaginal opening during penetration.
You don't need to worry about post-intercourse bleeding during pregnancy as long as you don't feel other symptoms such as abdominal pain / lower abdominal cramps and bleeding doesn't last a lot. Post-sex blood spots that are not more than 3 days old are usually harmless to your fetus.
What you need to do if you see blood spots coming out of the vagina, try to use a pantyliner to evaluate how much blood is coming out. The bleeding that occurs is generally harmless. Despite the risk of miscarriage in a pregnancy that reaches 12 weeks, you and your partner still need to be careful. Talk together with your partner so as not to worry about these conditions, and if you want to start again try to be gentler the next time.
This is the information that I convey. You can visit an obstetrician to evaluate the fetus in your stomach and to get more relevant information. I hope this helps
dr. Fita Fitria Ayu