This is normal. The blood will become less due to the friction of intercourse stopping your usual amount of blood being released. When having intercourse during your period, sometimes your period will stop and re-start a few days later which is also normal. You are also protected against pregnancy.
If you have bleeding every time you have intercourse you should talk with a qualified doctor right away. It is not normal to bleed following intercourse, and blood could be a symptom of a more serious condition.
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Yes. When a woman gets sexually excited, more blood flows to the labia. It swells a little and sometimes a lot. Some women will notice no change at all.
It means you are completely normal. Only 2/10 girls bleed the first time.
Spotting is completely normal
It means you should see a doctor. It is not normal to urinate blood.
No, it is normal to see a little blood for the first time, but not much.
Yes, it is possible to get AID's and std's from a virgins blood, but only if you have an open sore in your mouth, the infected blood must enter your bloodstream in order for you to get the virus. But we ask how can a virgin have aids? the answer to that is the virgin with the virus, was born with it.
I think so. It may be a little high but still... From what I know, the normal blood pressure for a teenager is 120/90. Since you are a 43 year woman, I guess it is normal for the blood pressure to be a little higher or lower. I am not 100% sure, but I think the blood pressure seems normal.
yes, if your a newbie the hymen may not have broken the first time and if you have long periods in between you may get alittle blood---use a condom
A normal or average blood pressure for a woman aged 66 is 120/80. The blood pressure can be a little over or under depending on the weight of the woman.
The normal blood pressure A 73-year-old female is 120/90. The blood pressure can be a little higher or lower and still be in the safe range.
if you are a girl who has just lost there virginity then yes. there is a thin membrane covering the vagina called the hymen which, when you have sex for the first time or do any activities like horse riding, gymnastics etc will tear which make make you bleed a little. which is perfectly normal. if it is any more than a little blood or it happens frequently i would consult a doctor.
Yes, a little low but normal.
Is this Blood Pressure or Blood Glucose (Sugar)? If you meant blood glucose the normal levels range between 4.0 and 8.0. A little higher or lower is fine but anything above 10 means you are at risk of Diabetes
14 days after intercourse.
My doctor has told me that a little blood is normal; a lot of blood (like the amount you have with your period) and/or severe cramping is not. If you have period blood and cramping, you should go to the hospital. Otherwise, you're probably okay, but you can ask your doctor about it to be sure.
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This is a withdrawal bleed and is normal.
In these capilleries blood flow at normal or little low rate at normal conditions so there is no chance of back flow and so there is no need of valves in blood capilleries
Yes, because your partner could still have gotten HIV from a source other than sexual intercourse, such as a shared hypodermic needle, a contaminated blood transfusion, or other contact with the blood of someone who is HIV positive. In rare cases a person may even be born HIV positive if the mother has it.
Because Dracula beleives in the purity of his victim (prey), so drinks virgin blood.
Yes. It is a little on the low side. But, if you are an athlete lower blood pressure is normal. Normal for your age is below 120/80 and above 100/60.
If your blood sugar is 70, it's a little low but not too bad. Normal range is about 74-106.