Bleeding During Intercourse?
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Hello, Thank you for the question.
Do you experience other complaints such as abnormal vaginal discharge, lower abdominal pain, pain during intercourse, fever? In general, you can have intercourse at this time if you don't experience other complaints and there isn't much blood coming out. If you experience other complaints such as those mentioned above or the amount of blood that comes out quite a lot, you need to find out more whether this complaint is caused by a medical health condition that can only be ascertained by a doctor's examination. The following are some of the causes of vaginal bleeding:
Hormonal imbalances for example due to high stress levels, excessive physical activity, drastic changes in body weight, thyroid hormone disorders, polycystic ovary syndrome
If you don't experience other complaints and there is only a small amount of bleeding, you may have sex. However, you are advised to consult with a specialist obstetric and gynecologist first if you experience the complaints mentioned above and avoid intercourse. The doctor needs to ask for more information about this complaint and do the assessment of you from a cervical examination, pelvic examination, vaginal examination, and ultrasound. After ascertaining the cause, the doctor will provide treatment that suits your condition.
Hopefully this information is useful.