Here's the deal: The last few times my boyfriend and I have had sex, afterwards when I'm cleaning up I'll see blood on the tissues. Not a lot of blood, but some. The first time I saw it I thought it was because he had fingered me with his longish nails earlier. Six weeks passed, and when he came home from school we started having sex again. I've seen blood the last 3 times. Granted, the last time I was at the end of my period, but it seemed too red for tail-end of period blood.
A little history: I'm on the pill, and I have been the entire time we've been having sex (two years.) The first few months, we used condoms as well, though I got an exam before I ever had sex with him so I knew I was clean. He was a virgin too. When he left for college, we broke up, and were apart five months. In that five months, he had oral sex with one girl, and that's all. When he came home for Winter Break we got back together but did not have intercourse, though he gave me oral. I got an exam shortly after he left again, and was clean. When he came home in summer, we started having sex again, but this time we didn't use condoms. He left for school at the end of the summer, and we had sex without condoms (but on the pill) every time we saw each other thereafter. In all the (many) times we had sex without condoms, I didn't see blood until the incidents I described at the top of the page, which leads me to think it's some sort of physical damage, not an STD.
Sorry this was long-winded, I just wanted to be thorough. I appreciate any insight you guys might have on this.
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