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bleeding during sex??? plz help.

my period is due any time during this upcoming week. its usually 31 to 36 days. the past two times ive had sex with my bf, which was on tuesday and today, weve noticed a decent sized amount of blood on the sheets in spatters. what could be causing this? i dont feel any pain. we are ttc.

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Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 12:22 PM on Jun. 25, 2010 in Trying to Conceive

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  • It is probably just where you are getting ready to start your period if there is no pain. But if it keeps on happening I would ask my Ob about it,
    BlainesMommy09

    Answer by BlainesMommy09 at 12:25 PM on Jun. 25, 2010

  • I bleed often during sex, always have. Could be that you are getting an abrasion so to speak during intercourse. Does it ever hurt during?
    rio_burb

    Answer by rio_burb at 12:27 PM on Jun. 25, 2010

  • no it doesnt hurt at all. thats why we were so shocked when it happened twice. its never happened before.
    metallicakh39

    Answer by metallicakh39 at 12:45 PM on Jun. 25, 2010

  • I've never heard of this but it made me wonder. I found this information, hope it helps:-)

    http://womenshealth.about.com/cs/menstruation/a/bleedaftersex.htm

    Top 10 Causes of Vaginal Bleeding After Sex
    What Causes Post-Coital Bleeding?

    You've just finished making love, and you're in that pleasant dream-like state when you go to the bathroom and discover that you are bleeding. Nothing can bring you back to reality faster than vaginal bleeding after sex. Post-coital bleeding can occur for a number of reasons, and is nothing to take lightly. Here's a look at the top 10 causes of vaginal bleeding after sex:

    Cervical dysplasia:Cervical dysplasia is precancerous changes of the epithelial cells that line the cervix. Risk increases with multiple sexual partners, sex before age 18, childbirth before age 16, or a past history of STDs. Treatment is usually cryosurgery or conisation. continued
    abcxyz

    Answer by abcxyz at 12:58 PM on Jun. 25, 2010

  • 2. Chlamydia: A bacterial infection that is usually transmitted through sexual activity or contact with semen, vaginal fluid, or blood.

    3. Gonorrhea: A usually sexually transmitted disease caused by a bacteria. Several pharmaceutical treatments are available.

    4. Vaginitis or Cervicitis: Inflammation or swelling and infection of the vagina or cervix. Treatment depends on the cause.

    5. Cervical polyps: Cervical polyps are smooth, red or purple, finger-like growths that grow out of the mucus layer of the cervix or the cervical canal. Cervical polyps are extremely fragile, extending out of the cervix, and easily and painlessly removed.

    6Trichomoniasis: A usually sexually transmitted disease caused by protozoan. Can also be passed to newborns during vaginal birth by infected mothers. Although rare, transmission is also possible in tap water, hot tubs, urine, on toilet seats, and in swimming pools. May cause vaginitis
    abcxyz

    Answer by abcxyz at 1:00 PM on Jun. 25, 2010

  • 7. Vaginal yeast infection: An overgrowth of the normal fungi that inhabits the vaginal area. Common symptoms include itching, burning, and an odorless, white, cheese-like discharge.

    8. Endometritis or adenomyosis: Endometritis is defined by Dorland's Medical Dictionary, 27th Edition as an inflammation of the endometrium (the innermost layer of the uterus). Both conditions are associated with endometriosis. Adenomysis is when endometrial tissue attaches itself to the uterus, or another organ such as the ovaries, and grows outside of the uterus
    abcxyz

    Answer by abcxyz at 1:00 PM on Jun. 25, 2010

  • 9. Uterine polyps: Uterine polyps occur when the endometrium overgrows causing these protrusions into the uterus. It is extremely rare for these growths to grow in a way that is either benign or malignant. Women with uterine polyps frequently experience bleeding between periods (metrorrhagia), other symptoms includes vaginal bleeding after sex, spotting, menorrhagia, bleeding after menopause, and breakthrough bleeding during hormone therapy. Hysteroscopic-guided curettage is the preferred treatment, since the normal D&C is basically an unguided procedure that may miss many of the uterine polyps.t
    abcxyz

    Answer by abcxyz at 1:01 PM on Jun. 25, 2010

  • 10 Fibroid tumors: Uterine fibroid tumors are usually benign tumors. They are solid masses made of fibrous tissue. Fibroid tumors are rarely malignant. Symptoms of fibroid tumors vary among women, with some women never experiencing any symptoms at all. Women who can wait until menopause will see their fibroids shrink and disappear once their bodies stop producing estrogen. It's important that women with fibroids make sure they never take estrogen, in any form including birth control pills, since estrogen increases fibroid growth. Several treatments are currently available for uterine fibroid tumors from myomectomy and uterine artery embolization to the traditional hysterectomy.
    abcxyz

    Answer by abcxyz at 1:02 PM on Jun. 25, 2010

  • In addition to the previous answers, it could be that since you are so close to getting your period your cervix is more sensitive and therefore bleeding.
    CFWife

    Answer by CFWife at 1:02 PM on Jun. 25, 2010

  • Diagnosing vaginal bleeding after sex is usually a matter of exclusion. Anytime you experience post-coital bleeding or vaginal bleeding after sex see your physician.
    abcxyz

    Answer by abcxyz at 1:02 PM on Jun. 25, 2010

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