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Lozzie
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Why do I keep bleeding after having sex?
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Heather
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Have you yet seen a sexual healthcare provider about this?

If not, how often is this happening, and with what kinds of sex? How heavy is the bleeding? And, are you up-to-date with your sexual healthcare, including STI tests?

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Lozzie
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I am awaiting a chlamydia and gonorrhea result, but i have only had sex 3 times and has been light on all three ocasions getting lighter each time and the sex is vaginal sex
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Heather
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And you are doing things like using plenty of lubricant, only having intercourse when you are VERY turned on and wanting that, having your partner be gradual and gentle and communicating about what feels good, stopping anything that doesn't or hurts?

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Lozzie
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We are very good at communicating and stop when anything hurts but I guess not really using lunrication
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Molias
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If y'all aren't using lubricant, I'd definitely suggest that as a good next step. You can read about the joys of lube here: Lubricant, Not Diamonds, is a Girl's Best Friend or here: Lube 101: A Slick Little primer
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Lozzie
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okay, many thanks
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