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Chlamydia , blode on penis

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hi
i need help with my situation because i am a little worried.last night me and my boyfriend were having sex and in the middle of it he noticed blode on his penis so we stopped (it was red not pink). i called 8-1-1 (info santé) and spoke to a nurse and explained to her that my Menstruation was due and i had cramps earlier that day and also my brests were sensitive and painful(usually the sign when im getting my period). the nurse told me it could be my period and i should wait couple of days to see if im having my regular period. today i am not bleeding at all, maybe verrry little brown spots but not too visible.just to let you know about a month ago me and my boyfriend were both diagnosed with chlamydia and we both did the treatment and took the pills. i am very worried is it my period?


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replied July 6th, 2010
Infertility Answer A13930
Hello,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The explanation given by the nurse is possibly right. Wait for few more days to see if your periods start. Also, observe your partners ejaculate when he masturbates to see if the bleeding is along with his ejaculation.
If there is bleeding associated with his ejaculate, it would suggest infection, he should get examined and investigated by a Urologist or an Andrologist.
Take care.



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