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Bleeding whole 3 days after the 1st sex 7 weeks after c-section and 1 week after some placental remnants were removed. Is it normal? What causes it?
You should be: Asking this question to your doc since you just had to have poc removed, please call your doc as if you were my pt would have you come in for an exam and an ultrasound to make sure all the poc has been removed , please call your doc and if you were my pt i would ahae instructed you , no sex for 2 weeks after the procedure to remove the poc. ...Read more
Bleeding nine days after a D & C after removal of placental fragments. Also still crampy. Is this normal??? 5 weeks postpartum.
I am experiencing placental abnormality and spotting. The following also describes me: Abnormal vaginal bleeding. What should I do?
D&C 15 days ago for retained placental tissie after birth. Still crampy and light bleeding. Doc refuses to do another Ultrasound. Normal??? Im nervous
12 weeks pregnant at 9 weeks went to OB and he said I had a very small placental bleed he didn seem worried what are the chances that this has healed?
Bleeding: You are describing a subchorionic hemorrhage. There is no real placenta at this stage. If it is small and you have no bleeding or pain don't worry about it. It happens frequently and most people go on to have completely normal pregnancies. If you have significant pain or bleeding in pregnancy you are at risk for miscarraige and should seek medical attention. ...Read more
Make an appointment: There are a number of possibilities. Most are not dangerous: vaginal/cervical lacerations, bacterial infections, cervical/endometrial polyps, etc. Others may be more serious: cervical cancer, endometrial hyperplasia or cancer, etc... See your doctor soon. An exam and few simple diagnostic tests will likely give you an answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Placenta lakes: This are basically ultrasound findings and means like bubbles of blood , dilated looped of vessels. When you look an a MAP and see lakes, the image if this vessels appear the same on ultrasound. It can point sometimes towards a possible abnormal placentation, called accreta, when placenta attaches really hard to the uterus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bleeding: A resolving bleed can be many things but usually a term used in neulogic and radiologic terms it simply means that an area of bleeding at some location of the body has occurred it may be related to trauma or has occurred spontaneously but the area is shrinking and the blood is being removed by natural processes. ...Read more
Yes: Hemorrhoids can be a chronic condition that is difficult to treat, however, usually recommended is a high fiber diet and stool softeners to reduce straining and constipation. Some creams may help with the pain and swelling. These steps frequently reduce the size of the hemorrhoids and as a result can decrease the bleeding. There are more advanced therapies as well, so see your doc. ...Read more
Virginity: Virginity doesn't have a clear cut definition. Some feel that the act of sexual behaviors (genital contact or even minor penetration) is enough to be de-virginized. Others feel that penetration must be involved. It comes down to what you think happened. It sounds like there was some penetration which by most would be considered a sexual act. ...Read more
Very Common: Depo-provera is very effective but notorious for causing abnormal bleeding. Up to 80% irregular bleeding with the first shot. However, it also causes light or absent bleeding (amenorrhea) with subsequent doses. Up to 50% stop menses after their second shot. So if it's your first dose, hang in there. Transient hair loss, weight gain, and depression are also common symptoms you should look for. ...Read more