It's currently Thursday morning, and Saturday night I think I lost my virginity, I don't think he actually went in(it hurt too much so we didn't go very far) but right after I went to the bathroom and was bleeding a lot(probably because my hymen broke). The bleeding ended 2 days later. Then today I woke up(5days after sex), and as I went to the bathroom I started bleeding, there was nothing on my underwear so I only started bleeding while peeing(sorry for the tmi) 20 min later I checked again and there was absolutely no blood there. What does this mean? There may be no reason for concern but with this being my first experience I cannot help but stress. Is there chance I may be pregnant? Or my friend speculated that the guy may have cut me while fingering me? Any advice would help, thank you.
Spotting/bleeding 5 days after losing virginity?
- 16 Aug 2018 by pablo_123
- 16 August 2018
- pregnancy, sex, bleeding, spotting, vagina, virginity
Added 16 Aug 2018:
I am on birthcontrol and I have been for 3 moths, however approximately 2-3 weeks ago I hadn't taken my pill on time. Also regarding the birthcontrol, it's very similar to depo-provera, I am not supposed to receive my period.
This could be a few possibilities. The most likely is the hymen tearing, & then retearing when you went to pee, as it was still partly torn.
Your birth control can sometimes cause irregular bleeding.
You may want to get checked out for a sexually transmitted disease, if he made contact between his & your genitals. I don't think this is the cause of the blood. I'm just saying that you may have caught something from him from this contact, & some STDs can go without showing symptoms for some time, or even be carried by a virgin.
If his precum or ejaculatory fluid (cum) made contact with your cervical mucus (which I assume it did, if he was trying to penetrate you) then pregnancy is certainly a possibility.
You only have 5 days in which the emergency pill, Ella (Ulipristal Acetate), may help prevent pregnancy. So today would be the last day to use it (120 hours from the time of unprotected sex).
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