So about two years ago I randomly started bleeding during sex. Two months later I found out I had chlamydia and got treated. I thought that would stop the bleeding but it continued. I have had two paps in these last two years both normal been tested and they came back negative. So I stopped having sex. I had been spotting in between periods so much so that I was bleeding pretty much all month except the first few days after my period. I got on depo this year in jan and the spotting stopped thank god but I was to afraid to have sex so I stopped having sex. Its been almost 9 months since ive had sex and last night I tried. It hurt and i stopped with only having the tip inside. I went to the bathroom and I was bleeding.. this is getting frustrating and I would love for it to stop. Any ideas ladies??View Thread
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