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After a cervical biopsy over a week ago i had sex when the bleeding stopped. It started again and has continued for 6 days. Help cramps, abdominal fever and consistant bleeding. Is this normal?

After a cervical biopsy over a week ago i had sex when the bleeding stopped. It started again and has continued for 6 days. Help cramps, abdominal fever and consistant bleeding. Is this normal?

Vaginal : Vaginal bleeding after sex is often caused by the friction of the penis rubbing against the cervix, so the bleeding is not surprising following your biopsy. However, the cramping and fever are much more concerning symptoms - especially lasting for almost a week. I'm concerned that you could have an infection. You should call your ob/gyne (or the doctor who performed the biopsy) right away. They may want to examine you to determine the cause of your symptoms so that you can have the right treatment. Good luck! ...Read more

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Bleeding (Definition)

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What is cervical bleeding?

What is cervical bleeding?

Unclear question: Vaginal bleeding can be due to lesions on the uterine cervix. A common cause is cervical erosion. Any ulceration, due to infection or trauma may cause bleeding. Carcinoma of the cervix should be excluded. ...Read more

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What leads to cervical bleeding?

What leads to cervical bleeding?

Many things: The cervix may have a very sensitive area on the surface because of glandular cells on the surface instead of more skin-like squamous cells, and this is called ectropion. Any irritation (e.g. tampons or sex) can cause bleeding. It can also be due to infection. BUT the most important thing to make sure you don't have is cervical cancer or pre-cancer. A doctor visit, Pap and HPV test are needed. ...Read more

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I've had cervical bleeding during this pregnancy. Dr put a paste in to seal the cervix. No more bleeding. Am i able masturbate?

Outside: Sure but avoid inserting anything inside the vagina until you have been reexamined and cleared by your doctor for sexual activity. External stimulation should be fine. ...Read more

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Can moderate cervical dysplasia cause bleeding?

Can moderate cervical dysplasia cause bleeding?

Yes: The abnormal areas on the cervix where the dysplasia resides can bleed spontaneously. Bleeding between periods, especially bleeding after intercourse, needs to be evaluated. ...Read more

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I am 2 days away before my due date and as of yesterday I have been bleeding (cervical mucus) I saw my doc yesterday but I need further explanation.?

Vaginal exam: It is normal to experience some bloody cervical mucous show after a vaginal examination, particularly when you are at term in your pregnancy. The same is true of noticing some bloody discharge after having intercourse when you are pregnant. Bleeding, which means flow of bright red blood, or passing clots while you are pregnant, is a major concern and you need to speak with your doctor immediately. ...Read more

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Please tell me, could cervical dysplasia cause spot bleeding?

Please tell me, could cervical dysplasia cause spot bleeding?

Yes: Cervical dysplasia can cause vaginal spotting, as well as bleeding after intercourse. If you have been diagnosed with cervical dysplasia, you should talk to your doctor about appropriate treatment ...Read more

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Can cervical scar tissue cause bleeding in between periods?

Can cervical scar tissue cause bleeding in between periods?

Scar tissue: Theoretically no. However if the scar tears then yes it can. The only was to be sure is to have a good visual exam just after you have noted the bleeding. ...Read more

Cervical (Definition)

Cervical relates to the first seven vertebra of the spine. It is related it the neck. Also it refers to the muscular opening/exit of ...Read more