• meghan meghan
    July 02, 2010
    can rough sex damage my cervix?
    meghan meghan
    July 02, 2010

    HI.  Last Thursday I had sex with a guy of whom is larger than what I'm used to.  He was very rough for a short time.  A few minutes later (different position), when he withdrew his penis, there was a lot of blood.  It took a few hours for blood to go away and no blood since. Now, a week later, I have been seen by my doctor (gyn check up--treated for yeast infection and possible UTI).  Doc said everything looked normal when he 'looked' around-outside and in.  He even checked my urine and it came back fine.  I was also tested for STDs.  My question is, I feel really uncomfortable down there.  My cervix(?) or something is uncomfortable feeling.  I feel like I have to urinate a lot but then only do a little each time.  No burning.  The discharge I had earlier was normal also- no discharge anymore.  8 days have gone by and I am wondering how long it will take for me to heal or what to do next.  Please help.  :)

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  • Paul July 05, 2010
    Paul
    July 02, 2010

    The problem is the doctor saw nothing injured. There is no doubt you are feeling something wrong, but the advice would be to see your doctor and be examined. Which you have already done.

    There's no way of knowing over the internet whether you are experiencing this from the sexual intercourse, or there is something else going on. There are a number of reasons why you may be bleeding between periods and intercourse can be one. But whether you were injured, or to what extent needs a physical exam.

    Perhaps going to another doctor, a gynecologist, might help catch anything that was missed.

     

     

     

     

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