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Causes Of Bleeding After Intercourse

According to Healthline", Bleeding during or after intercourse is common and not always a reason to worry. As many as 9% of people have experienced lady-part bleeding after copulation that was not related to their menstrual period. It's also called postcoital bleeding. However, here are the cause of bleeding after coupling.

Researchers have found that at some point in their lives, many people have reported bleeding after copulation. Researchers have found that up to 63% of people experience lady part dryness and bleeding or spotting during coupling, and post-menopause. 9% of people who menstruate said they had experienced bleeding after intercourse. One of the key reasons you may bleed after penetrative coitus is due to an undiagnosed sexually transmitted disease. Chlamydia can be asymptomatic. However, bleeding after lovemaking can be a sign. Gonorrhea can also inflame your cervix which can lead to bleeding. Genital sores caused by herpes or another condition may also be the cause.

Causes Of Bleeding Are.

Hormonal contraceptives

Hormonal contraceptives are a common cause of vaginal bleeding between periods. If they do cause irregular bleeding, it usually only occurs for the first 3 months of using the contraceptive.

Implantation bleeding

Some women experience spotting shortly after becoming pregnant, marking the moment when the fertilized egg implants into the lining of the uterus. This is called implantation bleeding. They may also feel slight cramping in the uterus.


Bleeding between menstrual periods is one early sign of a miscarriage. Miscarriages can occur at any time during pregnancy and may happen before a woman is aware that she is pregnant.

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