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Can A Ruptured Cyst Cause Vaginal Bleeding
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Went to ER was told I had ruptured cyst. No test to confirm. Vaginal bleeding. My cycle just ended 2wks ago they said I will have another one??
Vaginal bleeding: I wonder how they diagnosed a ruptured cyst without any testing. But if that is the case, be sure to follow up with your GYn and get a follow-up Ultrasound at the least. Good luck. ...Read more
Had a ruptured cyst 10 days ago. Have had heavy vaginal bleeding since. Lower pelvic pain started again a couple days ago should I be concerned?
Observe: As long, you are not pregnant and your white cell count and hemoglobin are normal, these symptoms are self limiting. ...Read more
Girl friend has cyst on her ovaries. I believe it burst cause she had vaginal bleeding. Scared I want her to go to er. Had sex today. Area sore. Help?
Not from cyst: Ovarian cysts come and go and some do rupture. Any associated bleeding never makes it into the vagina, but settles out within the abdomen. If she has vaginal bleeding and its character is that of menstrual flow, that is a likely source. If she is hurting, an evaluation is a good idea. Backing off on the sex is wise until you sort this out. ...Read more
I believe I have a follicular cyst (have had them in the past), as well as slight vaginal bleeding. Wondering if I should "watch and wait" it out.?
See a GYN MD: The size and composition of your presumptive "follicular cyst" is tantamount to deciding whether a decision to "watch and wait" or act is appropriate. Moreover, you are bleeding vaginally and the source is "unknown". Have a GYN MD exam you and clear up the above questions first, and then an intelligent decision, in concert with the GYN MD's advice, can be made based upon facts. ...Read more
I have huge right ovarian cyst. Removed on 5th August. There is no other problem. But from 14 th Aug. there is a very small amount of vaginal bleeding?
When was last period:
Is it your period?
Small bleeding may not be significant ...Read more
Why worry?: Really! Go see a MD for your symptoms as "worry" never solves any issues. Both of those issues can be treated. ...Read more
Painful stinging lump on inner lip, including vaginal bleeding, and canal swelling. Bartholins Cyst, or something more?
Probably cyst: I would still see a gynecogist for an exam, because it could be something else. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Mass like hetergenous echotexture isprominent vascular flow, cystic changes, endometrium/2cm abnormal vaginal bleeding going 13 days, is it cancer?
Is dark red vaginal bleeding normal after a ruptured ovarian cyst? At around 4am on Thursday, my cyst ruptured. I had brown discharge, now it is red.
Ovarian cyst:rupture: A ruptured ovarian cyst does not normally cause vaginal bleeding. Assuming the cyst was documented by ultrasound exam, and that serum HCG testing is negative for pregnancy, the bleeding may be coincident with the onset of your menses. See your gyn provider to make certain the latter is certain. ...Read more
Ovarian cyst ruptured. Not supposed to start for 2 wks, but started bleeding heavy (vaginally) and having bad pains on the side of the cyst. Go to er?
Your period: If you are not breast feeding, or other problems, most likely it is your period, but your OB can do an exam and blood work and an ultrasound if necessaryto make sure you have no problems your OB should have told you when to expect a period. ...Read more
Normal event: Probably 1/10 infant females will have a small amount of menstrual blood as early as the 4th and seldom later than the 10th day after birth. It is seldom more than would cover a few q-tips. This is due to withdrawal of pregnancy hormones which stimulate the baby uterus. Many more will have a mucousy sticky discharge. It should be a one time event. ...Read more
Need Exam: To occasionally have a bit of spotting with intercourse may not mean anything bad. If it happens every time or if it is heavy then you should see your gynecologist. You could have a cervical infection, polyps, yeast, or dysplasia. An exam is quick and easy to disclose the cause. Spotting or light bleeding midway between periods may be normal due to ovulation. If it is heavy, see your doctor. ...Read more
not a side effect: Bv is treated with Flagyl (metronidazole). If you are pregnant, the preferred form is oral, not the vaginal cream. Vaginal bleeding is not a side effect, so you should have this checked by your ob. (if you are using the cream, this could cause some local irritation, but bleeding would be really rare.). ...Read more
Irregular bleeding: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
Trauma: Localized trauma to your vagina.Get a more detailed answer ›
What causes post menopausal vaginal bleeding to continue to occur after stopping taking spironolactone?
Bleeding: Post menopausal bleeding should be evaluated by a gyn. ...Read more
Which are the causes of vulvar bleeding\u0026#40; not vaginal bleeding\u0026#41;? No other symptoms. In 2008 I did hysterectomy. Thanks
Many possibilities: The first thing to do is to look at your vulva and see if there is anything there. Sometimes that is hard to do, so I recommend seeing an ob/gyn. There are many reasons for bleeding including skin condition, infection, itching, and tumors. ...Read more
DUB: What we call dysfunctional uterine bleeding is the most common cause. A very intricate coordination of things must occur for your cycles to be regular. If your cycles remain a regular for another 2 to 3 cycles, please see your GYN provider for evaluation.hope this helps. Best of luck ...Read more
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