What’s the identity of the blood after the relationship? Or menstrual blood?
Q: I’m a woman in her early 20s. I had a relationship with my boyfriend 5 days ago. No concert. Thank you. Yesterday, I put on a condom and had a vaginal examination, but after the relationship, blood came out. At first, I thought it was menstruation. After taking a shower, I didn’t bleed. Is this implant blood?
A: The causes of post-relationship bleeding include implantation or irregular bleeding, hormonal changes, sexual relationships, uterus, ovarian disease, and hymenorrhea.
Also, early pregnancy symptoms may cause bleeding. In the case of pregnancy bleeding, it does not appear within 1 to 2 days after the relationship, but usually occurs 7 to 10 days after the relationship. Therefore, if blood came out immediately after the relationship or a day or two, it is likely to be a cause other than pregnancy.
Stained blood in the early stages of pregnancy often appears in a small amount in the form of brown cold.
If the bleeding is not severe, keep an eye on it a little longer, and if the bleeding appears every time, please visit the obstetrics and gynecology clinic for treatment.