Maybe, it depends on how severe the vagninits was. Did the intercourse hurt? If so, it could be from something else and just a coincidence. You should probably call your GYN just to let him know either way though.
you might be pregnant
No, a woman with bacterial vaginosis can't spread the infection to men. If you're having symptoms, get tested for STDs.
They are bloating, crankiness, bleeding of the vaginal cavity, and, if you have intercourse, a child.
It is slightly normal to bleed after having intercourse. It doesn't happen to all females, but it does affect others. It doesn't mean that anything is wrong with your body, but in other cases bleeding after intercourse could be a symptom of the curable STD gonorrhea.
Metronidazole gel is not a spermicidal gel. If you're having intercourse while using it, you should use a condom -- not only for the pregnancy protection, but to help resolve the vaginitis.
I hope you feel better soon. You aren't pregnant.
Vaginitis is an inflammation of the vagina that can result in discharge, itching and pain. The most common types of vaginitis are: Bacterial vaginosis Yeast infections Trichomoniasis Vaginal atrophy (atrophic vaginitis) Vaginitis signs and symptoms may include: Change in color, odor or amount of discharge from your vagina Vaginal itching or irritation Pain during intercourse Painful urination Light vaginal bleeding or spotting The cause depends on the type of vaginitis you have.there are Bacterial vaginosis, Yeast infections, Trichomoniasis and Noninfectious vaginitis. Factors that increase your risk of developing vaginitis include: Hormonal changes, such as those associated with pregnancy, birth control pills or menopause Sexual activity Having a sexually transmitted infection Medications, such as antibiotics and steroids Uncontrolled diabetes Use of hygiene products such as bubble bath, vaginal spray or vaginal deodorant Douching Wearing damp or tight-fitting clothing Using an intrauterine device (IUD) for birth control A variety of organisms and conditions can cause vaginitis, so treatment targets the specific cause. Fu yan Pill can be a good choice.
It's probably because when you had sex the first time your cherry didn't pop properly.
No, not every time. But, it can happen if it's time for your period. As far as bleeding immediately after sex, if this is your first time having sexual intercourse, bleeding is common when your hymen (cherry) is torn
Yes, you can have a STD within a day of having intercourse.
If you are definitely pregnant then contact your DR. Having intercourse during vaginal bleeding will usually stop the bleeding, especially during a period.
Some women have irregular vaginal bleeding with chlamydia, whether between periods or after sex. If you're having that symptom or if you're at risk for chlamydia, get a checkup. If you're having irregular bleeding for more than a month, or associated with pain, or if it occurs after vaginal intercourse, or if you have an IUD in place, or if you're at risk of pregnancy, get a checkup.
Not if you don't do drugs together after having intercourse.
Implantation takes place 2 weeks after a sperm fertelizes an egg; that is 2 weeks, on average, after having intercourse.
No you can not you have to have intercourse in the vagina to get pregnant.
You will most likely not get accurate results. You should wait at least fourteen days after intercourse do a pregnant test.
I assume you mean in intercourse and the answer is no, unless you count the normal effects of having intercourse.
Its unlikely to be a miscarriage as the embryo wouldn't of completely implanted itself in your uterus so technically you wouldn't be pregnant till this happens. Its most likely irregular bleeding or break through bleeding.
Regardless of whether or not a female bleeds during her first time engaging in sexual intercourse, she loses her virginity because she is having sex.
No. The definition of virgin is "one who has not had sexual intercourse."
If your not bleeding then your pregnant if you start bleeding in your pregnancy it's a miscarriage
it means that you had sex to early..and that you probably werent healed fully..you may have also caused yourself to rip down in that area..the best thing you can do is talk to your doctor...=)
By having sexual intercourse with it.
By having sexual intercourse.