I had intercourse on 9.20 and found pink leucorrhoea at noon the next day, which lasted for 4 days, with pink blood in the clear leucorrhoea, sometimes light reddish brown.Two months ago, I had HPV and TCT tests, both of which showed no abnormalities. TCT suggested a little inflammation, and the leucorrhoea test showed mild bacterial vaginitis.
If there is light pink discharge on the 2nd day of sexual intercourse, and there is no abnormality in the examination of cervical HPV and tCT, it may be due to inflammation or pelvic effusion, it is recommended to go to the hospital for ultrasound examination, and at the same time to carry out the treatment of vaginitis, you can use metronidazole effervescent tablets for vaginal discharge, together with povidone iodine solution to wash the vulva, generally treat for about 7 days, and review whether there is a cure, if notContinue with the next course of treatment and pay attention to keeping the perineum clean and hygienic.
This pink blood is related to a slight rupture of the vaginal mucosa stimulated by sexual intercourse.Personal hygiene, menstrual hygiene and sexual hygiene do not require intervention or treatment.
According to your this is mainly because there is intercourse, the second day there is bleeding, usually need to use again, under the guidance of the doctor to check clearly, need to be treated according to the situation, may also be because there is ovulatory bleeding, intercourse, this may also be cervical problems, need to use some anti-inflammatory drugs to treat, regular observation
This situation if the HPV virus just checked well paste CT are no problem, and tCT just suggests a little inflammation, and white leucorrhea examination is also vaginitis, then this consider a guest smooth have inflammation, and then coitus caused contact bleeding, so the formation of the leucorrhea pink.