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    I am quite new to sex and have had it 5 or 6 times. After my first time, I bled quite a lot but expected to as I know this is quite common. However, every time I've had sex since, I have also bled. The amount of blood each time has decreased, but I was just wondering if this is normal or whether I should get checked out by a dr?
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    Did u use a condom ?

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    Did u use a condom ?

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    Yes, does that make a difference?
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    Yes, does that make a difference?
    Yes its normal

    But when its hurts every time. U need a doc

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    Hi, I had a similar issue, intermittent for two years. I mentioned it to the Doctor in passing at a pill check up and it would seem that it is not normal! The bleeding can be caused by cervical erosion which can be caused by the pill but also cervical cancer... I would strongly urge you to see a GP. Not to worry you as it may be normal and even with cervical erosion, it's not a massive issue. But on the off chance, I would definitely get it checked.
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    Hi, I had a similar issue, intermittent for two years. I mentioned it to the Doctor in passing at a pill check up and it would seem that it is not normal! The bleeding can be caused by cervical erosion which can be caused by the pill but also cervical cancer... I would strongly urge you to see a GP. Not to worry you as it may be normal and even with cervical erosion, it's not a massive issue. But on the off chance, I would definitely get it checked.
    Oh my gosh, thank you so much for telling me this, I will make an appointment asap
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    You should go get yourself, there could something serious that you might not be Know.
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    I bled similarly to you (by the sounds of things) and for the next two times afterwards, decreasing as you have done and since then it's stopped and I've been fine! If you're worried there's no harm in seeing a doc tho
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    See a doctor to make sure things are fine.
    Hope all is well 😯
    Oops semi old thread. Bit late on my advice. But better late than never. By this time im assuming you've seen the doctors?
 
 
 
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