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Bleeding/spotting during or after intercourse is indicative of various reasons like ovarian cysts, cervix erosion, cervical polyps, uterine fibroids, PID, vaginal infection, pregnancy etc.
Consider visiting your gynecologist for a thorough check to see what could be the reason. You will need to have examination, investigations like vaginal and PAP smear tests, ultrasound scan, hormonal analysis etc., to confirm the exact cause and start you on appropriate treatment as indicated by the investigation results. Discuss about your pregnancy plans with your treating doctor/gynecologist.
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