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Mild discomfort, pain, bleeding, cramps can be felt during first few times of intercourse. If these symptoms are persistent, then they would suggest possibility of vaginal infection or PID. You should visit your gynecologist for examination and tests to identify the cause and get started on treatment. If infection is found to be the cause, get your partner also treated simultaneously to prevent re-infection.
Dear Dr. Madhumita Avinash Paul,
hope all is well.
i have a question about being pregnant. i got married two months ago but i haven't got pregnant my husband want me to be pregnant but he doesn't know how to have sex i mean which position to make me pregnant. if you please give me an advice i will be so great full of you because we love kids ill be waiting to hear from you.
thank you very very much
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