Is it normal to bleed for a few days after the first time you’ve had sexual intercourse? And what are the odds of getting a bladder infection when having sex regularly?
Yes. The previously unstretched tissue was traumatized, so to speak, and that’s probably what caused the bleeding. If it persists, though, see a physician.
Many women get bladder infections after intercourse. To decrease the likelihood of getting one, increase your water intake, urinate right after intercourse, drink one glass of cranberry juice daily and take 3,000 mg of vitamin C a day. For acute bladder infection, you may want to visit a naturopathic physician for an herbal formulation and a natural antibacterial and immune-stimulating supplement.