Perhaps your body wasn't ready for intercourse yet.. I am sure your Doctor advised you how long to wait before hand.
With regards to the bleeding, this is what I obtained from googling. I had 2nd degree cervical cancer, 6 years ago and I recall the biopsy, pain etc, vividly. Things sometimes do take longer pending on your body, to heal.
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Complications are usually mild but can include:
- mild pain or discomfort
You should call your physician if you experience bleeding that is heavier than a normal period, or if pain is severe. Other symptoms that should be reported to your physician include any heavy vaginal discharge or strong vaginal odor.
After the LEEP you should not:
- Have sexual intercourse for as long as recommended by your physician
- Lift heavy objects
- Use tampons
- Take tub baths--take showers only to prevent infection