, that there's a bit of…blood? Perhaps not period heavy but enough to leave a few splotches on a nice duvet cover. Enough to notice, you know?That shouldn't be cause for concern. “Usually bleeding after sex is nothing to worry about and will resolve with time,” says Dr.
Sherry Ross, author of She-ology: The Definitive Guide to Women’s Intimate Health. Period. The blood might be coming from the vaginal canal itself, the urinary tract, or the cervix, she adds.
And if you’re on your period, a little extra blood after sex is totally expected. Post-coital bleeding can also happen during ovulation.But while occasional bleeding after sex with no pain is common, that doesn't mean you shouldn't do something about it.
Totally preventable things—like not —can often be the cause, and we shouldn’t normalize that as just another thing women have to deal with.“In all cases of bleeding during sex, stop and ask your partner to pull out,” says Lucy Rowett, a certified sex coach and clinical sexologist. “Check in with your body and how you're feeling.Read more on glamour.com
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