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By uterus why - / Friday 1 February 2019 16:00 /
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By  dedanjel  |  29

Sex causes temporary hormonal changes. It can cause premature menstruation. OP should still see her OBGYN, though. For it to happen every time, she's either always having sex close to her period, or something is very wrong.

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  prncsjnlca  |  10

No. Your period comes a set amount of days after you ovulate. When you ovulate can change but not your period. Now I have had it more or less “make” it come but that just means it was about to anyway and the sex jostled some blood loose.

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  alainopotato  |  20

If you have sex infrequently then your body can jumpstart ovulation and consequently your period when you do have sex in order to increase odds of pregnancy.

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  dedanjel  |  29

Sex causes temporary hormonal changes. It can cause premature menstruation. OP should still see her OBGYN, though. For it to happen every time, she's either always having sex close to her period, or something is very wrong.

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  ViviMage  |  38

Yeah, when this happened to me I had a BV infection. It wasn't a period, it was a bacterial infection from hell getting stirred up. As long as I didn't have sex, a pelvic exam, or a car accident, the infection was quiet. Liveable. Tolerable.

Just don't ever think about do anything to stir it up! It took 3-5 days for the infection to wake up and make my life hell and 2 weeks to quiet down again.

It was 7 years of hell and avoiding.... things, and I just needed a $4 antibiotic. This was after $4k in the ER couldn't explain why I was bleeding profusely there after a car accident. No? My periods are not super heavy. More like super light.

By  Steffi  |  26

Are you certain it's your period? If you don't have sex for a long time your hymen can return to its original state and so when you have sex it could trigger your hymen to bleed

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  Steffi  |  26

The hymen is very real, you can google it if you don't believe me. It's a myth that it breaks the first time you have sex, but depending on the person, if the hymen is fully intact it wouldn't take a huge amount of friction to make it bleed

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