My girlfriend is having abnormal bleeding

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So, we had protected sex last friday and three days have passed. She already had her period, around 2 weeks ago. When we were lunching, she went to the bathroom and when se returned she told me that her vagina was bleeding. Not dripping blood but when she wipes it, the blood comes out. I already bought a pregnancy test for her to use, since bleeding 2 or 3 days after having sex could be a indicator of pregnancy. But should I be worried, since we are always very careful with sexual protection? I thought it could be a little wound, but she says it doesn't hurt. Can anybody tell me what may be causing this problem?

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    Seeing so many of these messages, is a clear indicator that those posting these types of questions are kids and should not even be having sex... Lack of maturity and knowledge on grownup things is why you guys are not ready for sexual relations at this age.

    The female body is wacky... It does what it wants and at a young age, the girls hormones arw unpredictable. If you guys use protection and are safe, stop worrying about it ans go get a pregnancy test at a drug store to put your mind at ease.

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      And it is exactly because of being young and just have started our sexual lifes that we are insecure at the smallest thing. Precaution should not be looked down on. I could go on a whole argument over why you should be less condescending to those who know less than you, but I won't. Other than that, your advice really calmed me and I'm thankful for it. 
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      It is but one small pebble on the mountain of life.

      Even those a great deal older and more experienced that you look back and with hindsight nervously laugh at those things that troubled them when they were younger.

      Sadly life is no laughing matter, and I feel you were therefore correct in bringing your concerns to this forum.

      I believe that by locking things away in that treasure chest that we call our minds we are doing ourselves no good at all.

      So, well done for expressing your feelings and concerns the way in that you have.

      PS. At 71 years of age, with a whole host of children and grandchildren I feel that I am well qualified to comment on this issue. 

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      Not condescending and I apologize if it came off that way. I think as Archemedes stated, that you look back when you reach a certain age (I'm 33) & realize you truly were a child until 25, but playing grown up and can't believe how young kids are having sex today. I don't believe you're the age of 20s and believe you guys are likely teens and I will stand by the fact that anyone that age, has no business having sex.
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