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What could pink blood be when wiping??

So I’ve been having intercourse for a year now with the same guy and every time I go to the bathroom to wipe afterwards a pink liquid (guessing blood cuz that’s all I could find on the Internet) is always on the tissue. It only happens after intercourse. Any other time I wipe it is just normal. Does anyone know what this might be?
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He may be going too rough or if he's fingering you his nails may be too long. A scratch or cut on the inside of your vagina may be the reason for the blood and it may not be fully healed yet.
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Is the sex unprotected? If so, have you ruled out that pink is the color of his semen?
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