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Vaginal Bleeding With Diarrea And Vomiting Related Or Coincidence
Constant vomiting from Taking Cryselle To stop vaginal bleeding. Can she stop taking Cryselle if it is making her feel worse?
Vaginal bleeding: Since the urogenital tract is anatomically and physiologically separate from the gastrointestinal tract, vaginal bleeding that is synchronous with diarrhea and vomiting is probably coincidental. ...Read more
See doctor: You should see your doctor for evaluation and management. ...Read more
Get seen, FIND cause: A common cause of menorrhagia (excessive bleeding) is 'hormone imbalance' but cancer must be ruled out with exam/pap smear/possible endometrial biopsy. An ultrasound can look for fibroid tumors of the uterus which can also contribute to excessive bleeding. If all tests are normal then a trial of hormones ('the pill') or an ablation may dramatically improve your bleeding.Hysterectomy is last resort. ...Read more
Abnormal bleeding: If bleeding is particularly heavy, lasts for longer than 7 days or has happened over more 3 or more cycles- please consider consulting with your physician or gynecologist. I see that you are 50 years old - perimenopause can cause changes with menstrual bleeding. Take care. ...Read more
I have had pain and vaginal bleeding for 2 months straight what is it and what could it be and what should I do?
Few Q-tips worth: 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
Not necessarily: There may be some blood in the vaginal vault that is pushed out with valsalva (bearing down) or against pressure of fecal bolus moving downward. ...Read more
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
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