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I had sex for the first time and am now experiencing pretty excessive bleeding from my vagina. It has been two days since and I have been bleeding for over 12 hours nonstop. I can't really tell if I tore something (and if it should be bleeding that much)

I had sex for the first time and am now experiencing pretty excessive bleeding from my vagina. It has been two days since and I have been bleeding for over 12 hours nonstop. I can't really tell if I tore something (and if it should be bleeding that much)

Need for evaluation: Your description suggests more bleeding than is usual for trauma due to first intercourse. It would be prudent to see your doctor. If you do not have a doctor, you may visit the emergency room of a nearby hospital. If you do not wish to be pregnant, use contraception all the time, every time. You may consider implanted contraceptive, or IUD. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more

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Dr. Alan Patterson
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Bleeding (Definition)

Bleeding is a term describing the loss of blood. It can occur inside the body due to damage to blood vessels or organs or outside the body during menstruation or when there is a ...Read more


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What can I do about excessive bleeding from my butt?

What can I do about excessive bleeding from my butt?

You need: Medical evaluation to determine the cause of bleeding. Rectal bleeding is not normal. ...Read more

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Can a hysteroscopy and a d& c help with excessive bleeding ?

Can a hysteroscopy and a d& c help with excessive bleeding ?

Yes: But first an ultrasound with an sis should be done and birth conrol pills can be used to decrease bleeding if you do not have any contraindications to taking them; if they fail then the ultrasound and possibly the hysteroscopy/operative hysteroscopy; the D&C is a bit outdated. ...Read more

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Excessive bleeding after the extraction of a molar, what to do?

Excessive bleeding after the extraction of a molar, what to do?

Blood Clotting: I am assuming that the bleeding is most likely stopped by now, but prolonged bleeding following an extraction can occur due to many things: 1) daily Aspirin takers which increases a patients clotting time, 2) increased infection in the area which increases bleeding upon extraction and 3) decreased clotting time due to medications or unknown medical issues (which will need blood tests to determine) ...Read more

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What is the cause of excessive bleeding after the extraction of a molar?

What is the cause of excessive bleeding after the extraction of a molar?

medical issue : While there are many reasons for excessive bleeding, if the bleeding is more than expected by the dentist, you should get ablood test to eliminate various bleeding disorders. It could also be due to medications like blood thinners. ...Read more

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Can nexplenon cause excessive bleeding, especially after a medical abortion?

Can nexplenon cause excessive bleeding, especially after a medical abortion?

Nexplanon: Nexplanon can give you a variety of rsponses. It can cause excessive bleeding, as in your case, or sparse bleeding . Each individuals response is didderent. ...Read more

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My paragard IUD fell out i'm not having excessive bleeding not in pain either what should I do and why?

My paragard IUD fell out i'm not having excessive bleeding not in pain either what should I do and why?

Birth control: I'm assuming that you wanted to paragard for birth control protection. If it's falling out and you're having sex you need to think about what you would want to do for pregnancy prevention. You could put another iud in or you could consider another form of birth control. Make an appointment with your doctor right away to discuss this. ...Read more

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What can stop excessive bleeding?

What can stop excessive bleeding?

Need to know cause: Abnormal uterine bleeding has many causes and a new classification called palm-coein (for polyps, tumors, cancer, bleeding disorders and ovulation dysfunction, here is a very nice faq from the american college of ob/gyn and up to date http://www.Acog.Org/~/media/for%20patients/faq095.Pdf?Dmc=1&ts=20121102t0938387438 and http://www.Uptodate.Com/contents/abnormal-uterine-bleeding-beyond-the-basics. ...Read more

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Does neurofibroma lead to excessive bleeding?

Should not: In the disorder nf (neurofibromatosis) there can be neurofibromata that grow different locations all over the body. If located in a position of chronic irritation, may result in bleeding. They are nerve tumors, but can be located near blood vessels. Most are quite benign and do not need treatment. ...Read more

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I've heard you can use flour to stop excessive bleeding. Is this true?

I believe it : I have seen patients come to me using all kind of stuff, paper, coffee , ashes from cigarettes and know you say flour. This material was used before because medical care is not available , I do not believe it is safe especially in big and deep lacerations. ...Read more

Dr. Peter Ihle
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Excessive Bleeding (Definition)

Excessive bleeding is a clinical finding in which a person bleeds a significant amount when they bleed. His bleeding is faster or longer that would otherwise be expected ...Read more