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Endometriosis- sharp lower left pelvic pain after bowel movement, will also have bright red bleeding from vagina after pushing-lots of pressure?

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Dr. Henry Jacobs
Obstetrics and Gynecology 68 years experience
The vagina is: not usually related. endometriosis near or on the bowel is common and can cause pain or even bleeding with BMs. see a doctor and get evaluated.
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