It is common to bleed after participating in some sexual activities that involve the vagina. These include being fingered, which is when another person inserts their fingers into the vagina. When a person becomes sexually aroused, the blood flow to the vagina increases. As a result, the person has a higher risk of bleeding from minor injuries, such as a scratch from a fingernail or irritation of the cervix.
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But while the chances are slim that your post-coital bleeding is actually indicating the likes of cancer, Dr Pixie McKennaGP at The London Clinicadvises that you always, always get it checked out. Bleeding following intercourse could be down to a multitude of things, she explains, all of which are detailed below, but Dr Pixie does want to remind you of one important thing before you do go and get it checked out:. But if you do experience bleeding after sex, you should consider that it could be an STI.
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