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Forum Name: Obstetrics
|wer-12345 - Wed Nov 04, 2009 3:46 pm||
my new sexual partner has quite a large penis. after having had (protected) sex with him a couple of times i have bled either straight away and had a period or my period has come on 10 days earlier than normal each time. this time i have a brownish blood and it is yet again 10 days early. before with previous patners i have been regular 28 days... o now it seems i am getting some sort of period every 2 weeks. it also doesnt seem painful and i usd to get painful periods with barely any blood. now there is lots of blood but not so painful.
is this normal?
It is not painful during sex just i think because it penetrated deep that this may have some effect.
|Debbie Miller, RN - Fri Nov 13, 2009 7:52 pm||
Unless you are experiencing some trauma with intercourse due to friction, rough sex, lack of lubrication, etc. I would not expect any changes of this nature that would be caused by a different sexual partner. You might try taking it easy for a few days to see if things settle down. When you do have intercourse, be sure you have plenty of lubrication and don't go too fast with the heavy thrusting.
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