Ask A Doctor - My girlfriend is spotting. Should I be concerned? - DesiMD Healthcare Services

   

Me and my girlfriend had unprotected sex about a month ago. Three days later she started her period. They always last 3-4 days. The past week she started bleeding threw her pants but after turned in lil brown spots on the tampon. She only cramped once. She said it was worse then her period cramps. She's 15. Should I be concerned about her being pregnant - Asked by W G on 12-Nov-2014 20:34:00

Answer Count: 3    Disorder Type: Pregnancy & child birth

  • MBBS
    General Practice
    Languages Known: English, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 13-Nov-2014 09:12:28

    once the bleeding has occurred after unprotected sex then you should be worried about pregnancy. because of hormonal exchange may be she has got this spotting. not to worry
    See Disclaimer

Replied by W G on 15-Nov-2014 18:19:04

So I shouldn't be concerned? Why would she be bleeding?

  • MBBS
    General Practice
    Languages Known: English, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 15-Nov-2014 18:23:27

    hormonal exchange and imbalance causing bleeding
    See Disclaimer

Replied by W G on 15-Nov-2014 18:27:47

Can implant bleeding start after a month after unprotected sex?

  • MBBS
    General Practice
    Languages Known: English, Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu

    Answered by Dr. Ramya Smitha on 15-Nov-2014 19:11:43

    implantation usually occurs around 10 to 15 days after unprotected intercourse if the fertilization has happened .
    See Disclaimer

Replied by W G on 15-Nov-2014 19:22:08

How long does it take to have the egg fertilize
Login to post a reply
  • Changing Perception of Breastfeeding - Incredible Benefits to Mothers

    Breast feeding has been linked with several benefits for women, be it emotionally or psychology. Infants who’re breastfed have better expressive quotient and are much mature and confident....
    27/07/2017 by Dr.
  • Healthy Weight Loss Program for Nursing Mothers

    If your concern post-delivery, is about losing those extra kilos you gained during pregnancy, worry not.  It is every mother's desire to lose weight and get rid of all the baggy materneity clothes....
    18/04/2016 by Dr.
  • Glandular Fever and Pregnancy: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

    Glandular Fever more commonly known as IM (infectious mononucleosis) is a type of viral infection characterized by fever and swollen lymph nodes that does not cause serious problems in pregnancy...
    16/03/2016 by Dr.
  • Symptoms of Gluten Intolerance During Pregnancy

    Gluten is a protein substance that remains when starch is removed from cereal grains most commonly found in wheat, rye and barley products. It is generally harmless and is a beneficial part of the...
    15/03/2016 by Dr.
  • Crohn's Disease and Pregnancy

    Crohn's disease is a type of IBD (inflammatory bowel disease) that causes inflammation of the lining of your digestive tract, which can lead to severe diarrhea, weight loss and abdominal pain. It is...
    13/03/2016 by Dr.

Disclaimer:
  • The answer(s) suggested above are for information purposes only.
  • If you need further help (or) if you have any further queries, please contact our Customer Care Centre +91 40 4242 8282 / +91 801 901 2308 and our doctors will try to help you.
  • In case of emergency, please call your doctor or go to the nearest hospital immediately.
  • The questions asked for free advice will be visible to visitors of this portal (www.desimd.com). Hence, the user should not divulge and must take the responsibility to not divulge any personal identifiable information on the portal.
  • If the patient is less than 18 years of age, parental guidance is advised. We discourage (and disapprove) approaching us directly. It is advised that the query be framed in consultation with their parents. Any query from age group less than 18 years is assumed to be done in accordance with this protocol.