Hello All, I have posted here before about bleeding before my "time" and all the while hurting. Well, it is happening again, except this time I have more specifics about it. Okay, first off, I have not had unprotected vaginal sex, but every time I do have protected sex with him, it not only hurts afterwards, I feel as if a knife was stabbing me down there, and not just down there. The specific location is my clitoris, and it hurts even worst when i urinate. And the worst part is, I figured out why it hurts when I urinate. Like, something comes out of me and I think that is what makes me bleed. It's like, when I am on my period, I sort of get gloppy blood sometimes. Well, it looks like the texture of that but it is brown. Could I possible have not gotten everything out on my period and somehow it started an infection in me, or what? Or could it have something to do with that I had just gotten over a Staff infection and somehow it be related to that? Please help me. My mother has no clue of my sexual activity. I am not being sexual again until I get to the bottom of this. Thanks Mrs. Scarlet for this wonderful board, please help me.
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Love, you've got to get yourself to your doctor or, preferably, your gynecologist.
Serious pain during intercourse, irregular bleeding and pain during urination combined are Big Reasons to get in there. Even one alone is.
Even with protected sex, one can develop vaginal or unirary infections (possibly from sexual activity, but also unrealted to that altogether). Your period sounds normal enough, and while I wouldn;t guess this is related to a staph infection, having any sort of infection in your body strains your immune system and makes a person more inclined to develop others.
So, get innto that GYN office soon so he or she can get to the bottom of this -- you can't do it on your own and neither can we. You need to see someone who can have a look at you and run some tests.
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