If you had intercourse before and there is a long gap then bleeding should not be present and if there it can be indicative of PID,cervicitis,local abrasion etc and it requires a evaluation.
Consider visiting a Gynaecologist for thorough examination.
I'm sorry could you clarify this. So if we have had sex before, but there is a long dry period of, say 6 months, and we have our periods like 10 days early after intercourse, this is indicative of something bad?
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