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உடலுறவுக்கு பின்பு ரத்தம் வருகிறதா - Bleeding after Sex







What is the  cause for bleeding after sexual Intercourse ?
  • Bleeding during or after intercourse, often termed post-coital bleeding, can occur
    because of many reasons. Cervical cancer is one of the most serious causes
    of post-coital bleeding. However, it is not the only cause. In fact, less
    than 6 percent women presenting with post-coital bleeding are likely to be
    diagnosed with invasive cancer. Some of the more common causes of bleeding
    associated with intercourse are precancerous changes in the cervix, cervical
    ectropion, infections and inflammation. Whatever the cause of bleeding
    associated with intercourse, it is not a symptom that you should ignore.
    It is advisable to contact your doctor at the earliest if you are
    experiencing bleeding during or after intercourse.

  • Bleeding during or after intercourse, often termed post-coital bleeding, can occur
    because of many reasons. Cervical cancer is one of the most serious causes
    of post-coital bleeding. However, it is not the only cause. In fact, less
    than 6 percent women presenting with post-coital bleeding are likely to be
    diagnosed with invasive cancer. Some of the more common causes of bleeding
    associated with intercourse are precancerous changes in the cervix,
    cervical ectropion, infections and inflammation. Whatever the cause of
    bleeding associated with intercourse, it is not a symptom that you should
    ignore. It is advisable to contact your doctor at the earliest if you are
    experiencing bleeding during or after intercourse. Some of the common
    causes of bleeding during sex are discussed below.


Cervical dysplasia
  • Bleeding after intercourse could be a sign of cervical dysplasia, also called
    cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN). Cervical dysplasia means the
    presence of abnormal cells in the cervix. Depending on the extent and type
    of the abnormality, cervical dysplasia may progress to cervical cancer.
    Low-grade cervical dysplasia usually resolves without any treatment.
    High-grade dysplasia has a significant chance of progressing to cervical
    cancer. Not all women with cervical dysplasia have bleeding or spotting
    after sex. It is a silent condition in a vast majority of cases, detected
    only through a pap-smear.


Cervical cancer
  • Post-coital bleeding is regarded a characteristic symptom of cervical cancer, though
    it may not be present until advanced stages of the disease. Widespread use
    of regular pap smears has reduced the incidence of cervical cancer in
    developed countries, but it remains among the leading cancers affecting
    women worldwide. Cervical cancer is most often seen in women more than 40
    years of age. Other symptoms of cervical cancer may be bleeding between
    periods, post-menopausal bleeding, increased vaginal discharge, and pain
    during intercourse. Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is an underlying factor
    in nearly all cases of cervical cancer. 


Cervical ectropion
  • Cervical ectropion is a condition in which the tissue lining the inner side of the
    cervix comes out onto the outer surface of the cervix. Since this tissue
    (columnar epithelium) is much thinner than the tissue that normally covers
    the outer surface of the cervix, underlying blood vessels show through it,
    making it red in appearance and also prone to bleeding.
  • Cervical ectropion is also called cervical ectopy or cervical erosion. It is not a
    premalignant condition and does not develop into cervical cancer. Use of
    oral contraceptive pills, childbirth and miscarriage are some of the
    reasons that could lead to cervical ectropion
  • Asymptomatic cervical ectropion does not require treatment. Cervical ectropion
    producing bothersome degree of vaginal discharge or post-coital bleeding
    can be treated with either freezing (cryotherapy) or cauterizing
    (diathermy). The procedures are painless and do not require
    hospitalization. 


Cervical polyps
  • Cervical polyps are benign growths in the cervix. They are a rather common cause of
    bleeding after sex. Polyps may occur alone or in groups. Most polyps are 1
    to 2 cms in length. It is usually not possible to feel the polyps on your
    own. Other associated symptoms are bleeding between periods, vaginal
    discharge that can at times have a foul smell, and heavy periods. The
    treatment is removal of the polyp.


Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Women having sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia and gonorrhea may
    have bleeding after intercourse. These are bacterial infections for which
    several effective medications are available. Another infection called
    trichomoniasis may also be associated with bleeding after intercourse.


Vaginal dryness in menopausal women
  • Estrogen is the chief hormone required to keep the vaginal tissue moist and
    elastic. As the levels of this hormone fall with menopause, the mucus
    membranes produce less lubrication, making the vagina very dry and thin.
    This condition is also called atrophic vaginitis. It can occur because of
    other causes as well, but is mostly associated with menopause. Thin and
    dry vagina is more prone to injury during intercourse which can lead to
    pain and at times, bleeding. Your doctor can prescribe adequate
    over-the-counter lubricants to relieve your condition. Some women benefit
    from hormone replacement therapy.


Vaginal yeast infection
  • Vaginal yeast infection can also sometimes be associated with bleeding after
    intercourse. Other symptoms of yeast infection are itching and burning
    sensation along with an odorless, white, cheese-like discharge.


Uterine polyps
  • Uterine polyps are an overgrowth of the endometrial tissue. The chief symptom of
    uterine polyps is bleeding between periods. They may also cause bleeding
    or spotting after sex, spotting, heavy periods, bleeding after menopause,
    and breakthrough bleeding in women receiving hormone therapy.

Fibroids
  • Uterine fibroids are mostly benign tumors made of fibrous tissue. In some cases
    fibroid tumors do not produce any symptoms. In other women they can be
    associated with a variety of symptoms including bleeding after
    intercourse. 


Endometritis or adenomyosis
  • Endometritis is an inflammation of the inner lining of the uterus. Adenomysis is a
    condition in which endometrial tissue attaches itself to the uterus, or
    grows outside the uterus attached to another organ such as the ovaries.
    Both the conditions can lead to bleeding after intercourse. A thorough
    gynecological examination is required for diagnosis.


Hymen rupture at first intercourse
  • The hymen is a small tissue that lies across the entrance to the vagina. Minor
    bleeding because of tearing of the hymen is common at first intercourse.
    The elasticity of the hymen varies from one woman to another. Not all
    women bleed at their first intercourse, so it is not medically correct to
    see bleeding as evidence of virginity. Many a times the hymen may have
    been broken by vigorous exercise, tampon use or by injuries such as the
    straddling of a bike. Moreover, the amount of bleeding from a torn hymen
    may be too minor to be noticed. Normal bleeding caused by first
    intercourse should stop within a day. If you are experiencing continued
    heavy or brisk bleeding after first intercourse it is advisable to consult
    a doctor, particularly if there is associated lower abdominal pain. Women
    who have stinging or burning associated with minor bleeding following
    first intercourse can use some pain killers. Avoiding further intercourse
    till bleeding stops and using extra lubrication during subsequent
    intercourse is also advisable.


Homeopathy Treatment for Post Coital Bleeding,

Symptomatic Constitutional Homeopathy treatment helps for bleeding in vagina after sex.



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