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Question 5: If a woman lies with her husband at night, or a man with his wife, and they have intercourse, should they take communion, or not?Answer: They ought not. For the apostle proclaimed, ‘Do not deprive one another except with consent for a time, that you may give yourselves to fasting and prayer; and come together again so that Satan does not tempt you because of your lack of self-control.’ (1 Cor 7:5)Question 6: If a female catechumen has given her name in order to be baptized [lit. en-lightened], and on the day of baptism, occurs to her according to the custom of women. Ought she to be baptized in that day, or postponed, and how long?Answer: She ought to wait, until she is purified.Question 7: If a woman is found to be in the period according to the custom of women, ought she to approach the mysteries on that day, or not?Answer: She ought not, until she is purified. PG XXXIII, 1300
If anything the teaching that bleeding precludes someone from communion doesn't do so based on these canons.