Bleeding after sexual intercourse is unusual. For the majority, it is usually an innocent symptom with no serious underlying illness. However, it’s prudent to get checked out if you ever experience any bleeding with sex.
The festive season is already with us, there is going to be lots of wining and dining in the next couple of weeks. However, prudence is required in order to avoid the health risks usually associated with all the merry making. Everyone should selectively make the healthiest choices for food, drink and behaviour as they celebrate Christmas, either with family or friends.