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I would encourage you to get seen by a healthcare professional for testing/advice. This could be from your family doctor or at a walk-in clinic. There might also be a sexual health center near you that can offer testing, advice, and counseling services. Everything would be confidential and should be judgement free (if you feel like you are being judged you ...


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No it is not normal. She should have an examination. The usual cause of this is a friable (bleeds easily) cervix. It is not dangerous, but needs to be evaluated. I am a gynecologist. If the cervix is infected, it may bleed even with gentle intercourse. An examination would find any worrisome areas on not only the cervix but anywhere else in the vagina or ...


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Problems with erections can be caused by a physical condition, and they can be caused by psychological factors. Treating any physical or psychological underlying condition should help. Your GP can suggest possible treatment options. Treating erection problems caused by psychological factors can be more challenging. However, most men who persevere with ...


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