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Can Sit Ups Cause Internal Bleeding
Blunt trauma: Internal bleeding comes is many forms. A blow or trauma is common cause. Fall and spleen is torn. Car wreck and kidney is torn. There are many other causes of internal bleeding, associated with blood thinners, aneurysms and vascular disease. If you have abdominal pain, a trauma or you are taking blood thinners don't delay, get evaluated. Be well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I know back bending contortion can't usually cause internal bleeding because the organs in the bend section are not rigid, what about front bending?
Many possibilities: Trauma or injury such as major car accident, spleen or liver injury, penetrating trauma, etc. Postoperative bleeding is uncommon. Bleeding from ruptured ectopic pregnancy. Unless you mean internal bleeding inside the intestines such as stomach ulcers, colon cancers, colon lesions like vascular malformations or diverticula, hemorrhoids, etc. ...Read more
Internal Bleeding: I dont know what you mean by internal bleeding.Do you mean bleeding in GI tract, or in kidneys, ureters and bladder.Or uterine bleeding.Or bleeding in any other part of the bogy like intracranial in the head, or in the lungs. Please elaborate what you mean by internal bleeding. ...Read more
Many things: There are many causes of internal bleeding. Ulcers of the stomach/duodenum, major artery rupture, crohn's disease, small bowel tumors, colon cancer, colon infections, ulcerative colitis, vascular lesions of the colon, liver cirrhosis with enlarged esophageal veins. Trauma from car accident, gun or knife injury. Symptoms may be none with mild anemia, to severe weakness and low blood pressure. ...Read more
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