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  1. flower94

    flower94 Mommy to Nevaeh

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    This may be tmi but.. my and my OH had sex this morning and after I went to the bathrrom and there was light pink blood, but only when I wiped. This continued for a few hours but now it's gone. Is this anything to be concerned about?
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  2. jenniferannex

    jenniferannex Well-Known Member

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    i would probably get it checked out as midwifes always like to know if youve had any bleeding, im sure its nothing to worry about but always best to check. :flower:
     
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    060609 Mommy, Expecting #2

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    My doctor said that spotting after intercourse during the first trimester is normal if it happens. As long as it's only spotting and there was no cramping with it, I wouldn't worry about it. If it'll set your mind at ease I would get it checked and make sure you tell your prenatal care provider about it too!!
     
  4. flower94

    flower94 Mommy to Nevaeh

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    yeah it was a very little amount with no cramps. THank you. I'll probably ask about it at my next appointment:)
     
  5. hudz26

    hudz26 Mum to 3

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    hiya hun i had this at 23 weeks with dd, i went up to the hospital and they took a swab but told me that sperm can irritate your cervix and its nothing to worry about xx
     
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    bek74 Mum of 5

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    Sex doesn't cause you to miscarry, sounds like during sex your cervix was knocked. Your cervix is large and full of blood vessels, so I would say all is fine and it is really common.
    You can ring your midwife or OB if it is worrying you, but my guess is, it was just a knocked cervix.
     

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