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Bleeding after intercourse is abnormal. One episode is considered acceptable as it could be due to rigorous intercourse leading to break in capillaries. If bleeding happens repeatedly soon after intercourse, it may mean an unhealthy cervix. You must consult the gynecologist for an examination and investigations like a pap smear to rule out infection, inflammation and carcinoma of the cervix and get it treated accordingly. Pelvic inflammatory disease also to be ruled out.
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