Bleeding After Intercourse With A History Of Bartholin’s Cyst Surgery?
, I want to ask a few months in the past few months, I have had irregular menstruation, 2 to 3 times a month … Then the blood, but now it’s only 5 days .. r n Was it the effect of postoperative bartholin cyst 4 months ago or the implant that has been 2 years old …
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Bleeding that occurs after sexual intercourse is different from menstruation. Bleeding after sexual intercourse can occur in many ways:
Injury during sexual intercourse, for example due to lack of vaginal lubrication during penetration, abusive sexual intercourse, inserting certain objects into the vagina, etc. Cervicitis or inflammation of the cervix which usually occurs due to infection. Tumors of blood vessels in the vaginal and cervical areas, for example hemangioma, lymphangioma, angiomatosis, etc. Cervical ectropion is the displacement of the inner cervical cells to the outside of the cervix. Cervical cancer
A history of surgery for a Bartholin cyst that has closed the wound or an implantable birth control will not cause symptoms of post-sexual bleeding.
If you always experience bleeding every time you have sexual intercourse, especially if the bleeding is accompanied by pain, vaginal discharge, or fever, it's a good idea to get checked out by a gynecologist. The doctor can perform a direct examination of your vagina and cervix, for example blood tests, PAP smears, ultrasounds, colposcopy, and so on.
Meanwhile, in the meantime you can try to use lubricants before penetration or do foreplay for longer to avoid bleeding due to injury to the vagina.
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