Pain And Bleeding After Intercourse?
My child is 28 years old, I want to ask, after having sex with my husband, I have blood spots, now it’s almost 2 weeks. Still now brown discharge, sometimes mixed with blood, especially if I am tired, sometimes it gets a lot, my frequency is a bit so often but I don’t feel any other symptoms besides that and I have experienced this a lot but this is taking a while to heal oh yes I am also having an injection for 3 months, what does it matter, thank you in advance
Hlao Nicole, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Bleeding that occurs after sexual intercourse can be caused by several possibilities, including:
injury to the vagina during sexual intercourse
Cervicitis or inflammation of the cervix is most often caused by infection
ectropion of the cervix, namely the shift of cervical cells from the inside to the outside
benign tumor of blood vessels of the cervix
polyps of the vagina or cervix
Cervicitis can indeed cause symptoms such as pain when urinating and frequent urination, pain during sexual intercourse, and bleeding after sexual intercourse. Cervicitis can be caused by many things, such as infection, allergy or allergy to certain substances that enter the vagina, cancer or cancer treatment, and the risk of cervicitis can also increase in women who use hormonal contraceptives (injection contraception is a type of hormonal contraception). However, you should check with your obstetrician first to determine the cause of the bleeding (especially since this bleeding has occurred for almost 2 weeks). The obstetrician will most likely do a direct examination to see the condition of your vagina and cervix, as well as examinations such as a PAP smear and ultrasound of the uterus to make sure bleeding is not caused by other disorders in your reproductive organs.
For now you can try to do the following:
Reduce the risk of injury to the vagina during sexual intercourse by using lubricants or having longer foreplay before penetration
Have healthy sexual intercourse (don't change partners)
We recommend that you use a condom for a while until you can ascertain the cause of your bleeding and vaginal discharge
If there is a lot of bleeding after sexual intercourse, you should not have sexual intercourse first.
Avoid doing douches or washing soak the vagina with soap, chemicals, or certain traditional ingredients.
Avoid using tampons for a while.
Avoid using spermicide for a while.
The following articles you can read about cervicitis
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