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By August 15, 2010 - 7:31am
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hi i had unprotected sex with my boyfriend a couple of days ago ,the day after i had sex my vigina has been really saw and irritated.i am also getting lots of brown and pinky clumps in my knickers,and if i was to stick a finger up i can feel lots of clumps of stuff.i was also on my period when i had sex.please help.kirsty

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hi and thanks for the comment and yeah i was feeling the walls but when i took my finger out it was covered in like milky discharge with brown clumps thats came off the actuall wall so this is actually normal :)

August 15, 2010 - 9:51am
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The milky discharge was either semen (this can stay inside a woman's body for days), your own vaginal secretions, or a combination. The brown does sound like the last blood from your period, so yes...it does sound normal!

August 15, 2010 - 12:12pm

Hi Kirsty,
Are you concerned about pregnancy, since you had unprotected sex? Depending on your age, you can get emergency contraception without a prescription, and it can be effective at helping to prevent pregnancy if taken within 120 hours after unprotected sex.

As far as brown and pink clumps, since you were on your period during sex, and it has only been a few days, this is most likely left-over blood from your period. If your boyfriend ejaculated inside of your vagina during sex, it creates extra fluid and leaks out...and if you are bleeding at the same time, it can look pink, and then at the end of your period you may spot...but it looks like more when combined with ejaculatory fluid.

The clumps you feel inside your vagina. Are you feeling your vaginal walls? The inside of your vagina is not smooth; it is a bumpy surface (similar to running your tongue along the roof of your mouth). This is normal.

Does this answer all of your questions?

August 15, 2010 - 7:58am
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