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Intercourse should be stopped if you have any of these medical conditions

Women should be careful and they need to check their bodies regularly. The reason why it's particular about women is that they easily show the symptoms. Most times, if not treated on time, they are usually at the receiving end. If during and after having intimacy with your partner, you noticed you were bleeding, intimacy with your partner should be stopped until you're sure of what the cause is. Most times, it could be a result of some medical conditions.

Most of the bleeding during and after intercourse is not a result of medical conditions. So we don't have to be scared. The best thing is to see your doctor, the doctor would then give the best advice or treatment for it. Below are some of the medical conditions that can cause bleeding during and after intimacy with your partner.

Infections: The number one medical condition is infection. Infections such as yeasts and bacterial infections can cause inflammation in the nether region. This would in turn cause tears and bleeding during or after intimacy with your partner.

Cervical inflammation: Cervical inflammation can occur as a result of sexually transmitted diseases like chlamydia or gonorrhoea. These two sexually transmitted diseases can easily cause bleeding during or after intimacy.

Cervical polyps: Cervical polyps are non-cancerous cells that grow around the cervix. This non-cancerous growth causes bleeding during intercourse.

These are the three medical conditions that can cause you to experience bleeding during or after intercourse with your partners. The best thing to do is to stop the intercourse and check yourself. It could not be any of the above and can be as a result of rough intercourse or lack of lubrication.

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