Bledding after sex

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When you have vaginal bleeding after having sex it is known as post-coital bleeding. If you have vaginal bleeding and it is not due to your period, see your doctor. Normally it is nothing to worry about but, in some cases it could be a sign of something more serious. Normally you should only have vaginal bleeding when you have a period, but if you have irregular periods, you may not be sure if the bleeding is normal or not.

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Error: This is required. Error: Not a valid value. Many women will experience vaginal bleeding after sex. The blood usually comes from the cervix, although other parts of your reproductive system may be involved. Let them know if you could be at risk of a sexually transmitted infection. Any bleeding from the vagina after menopause should be checked by a doctor.

Is it normal to bleed after intercourse?

Vaginal bleeding after sex is common. Although it's often called "vaginal" bleeding, most benign bleeding in younger women comes from the cervix. However other parts of your genital and urinary systems can be involved. If you're premenopausal and have infrequent episodes of vaginal bleeding after sex — and you've had normal results on routine Pap tests and sexually transmitted infection screenings — you don't need to see your doctor.
Back to Women's health. The medical name for this is "postcoital bleeding". If you're concerned because you experience vaginal bleeding after sex, seek advice from your GP or a sexual health clinic genitourinary or GUM clinic. They will ask about your medical history and assess your symptoms.