A bloody discharge after intercourse with or with no pain can be light or heavy depending on the cause. Some women experience light pink spotting while others encounter heavy bleeding that can even last 2 days after intercourse. Spotting can be a source of worry, especially during pregnancy. Here are causes and how to deal with it.
Bleeding After Sex While Pregnant: Should You Be Concerned?
Bleeding After Sex During Pregnancy
Sure, there are tips and confessionals to pore over — but as with most things, it's impossible to know what it's going to be like until you actually try it. Also as with most things, it's nice to be prepared and knowledgeable about all the possible outcomes that can result from going all the way south. Especially when that potentially entails blood coming from a place you never want to see blood coming from. An unsexy and unfortunate possible side effect of anal sex — whether it's your first time or your 50th — is a bit of rectal bleeding. It can be alarming at best and horribly painful at worse, so to put your mind and booty at ease, two doctors explained everything that is and isn't normal about bleeding after anal sex, and how it can be avoided in the future.
6 reasons you may be bleeding after sex and how to prevent it, according to OB-GYNs
I have had Nexplanon since July At first I didnt have the abnormal spotting until about a month and a half later. Probably because I had just gotten off my period when I got it inserted.
Micro-tears can happen during intercourse and cause minimal bleeding. That said, it could also signal an underlying medical condition or infection, especially if it persists the next morning or the day after. The same goes for excessive bloody discharges which may or may not have a foul odor.