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Vagina bleeding
Hi, I believe this question would be for gynaecologist but couldn't find one. So me and my partner had intercourse first time and there's some bleeding from my partner's vagina and I understand is because of break in hymen maybe. However, after trying again after month.. it's little bleeding. Is it cause of concern? However there's no pain.
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It's better to get her evaluated if repeated bleeding is present after intercourse
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Gentle bleeding has been observed in few subsequent sexual intercourse. May need further examination if problems persist or get aggrevated
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Needs examination to rule out any major problems.
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Reach Practo profile for further assistance.
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Need examination by gynecologist, post coital bleed is not good sign
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