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Blood coming out after first intercourse
Today I had sex for the First time and blood is coming out slightly..what is happening..I Mean is it normal? how long will it take to heal?
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Its surprising that people want to venture into sex but NOT know about the things it can cause before entering the act. Many individuals, both men and women, can bleed at first sex. This happens because there it a friction which can tear the vaginal hymen ( in women ) or the penis frenulum ( in Men ). So bleeding at first intercourse ir normal, if it is slight. If it is excessive and needs you to take a sanitary pad, you must consult a gynecologist. Sometimes first intercourse may also cause tears in the vaginal walls and this may need some stitches. Only a proper examination by a gynecologist can diagnose this.
Next Steps
So if the bleeding is slight, rest and refrain from sex till it is healed. The major cause of this is a hasty sex, or women not getting adequately wet inside as fear kills their arousal. Hence the next time you have sex, use a lubricant , both on your vagina and on his penis and then do the act
Health Tips
Sex is pleasurable but it can also bring sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy to some. If you are not wanting to conceive and want to prevent sexually transmitted infections you must insist on the male partner to use condoms.
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