Subscriber Account active since. I'm in my early 20s and I've only ever been with one person sexually. But practically every time we have sex, I bleed. It isn't painful ever, and I usually enjoy myself. But I often find the bleeding to be quite embarrassing and also concerning.
I bleed every time I have sex, but it's not painful. Should I be concerned?
Between 0. The rate soars for postmenopausal ladies — up to 63 percent have vaginal dryness and bleeding. Awesome… not. Bleeding during or after sex happens for a lot of reasons.
Sex is messy, thanks to all the bodily fluids involved. But blood should not be on that list of bodily fluids making a regular appearance in the bedroom. Vaginal bleeding during sex is sometimes NBD, but other times it can be a sign of a health problem—like an infection or even cancer—that needs to be addressed. Anal is a topic for another day. Ross, M.