Doctor insights on:
Vaginal Bleeding With No Uterus
Vaginal bleeding: It depends if your uterus was removed completely or partially (total or partial hysterectomy). Assuming no uterus at all, vaginal infections, vulvar disease, bladder infections, hemorrhoids or vaginal cancer can cause vaginal bleeding or at least look like if it was coming vaginally. Also microtrauma from sex can cause vaginal bleeding.See 1 more doctor answer
7 weeks pp with continuous vaginal bleeding. Ultrasound said uterus contains avascular heterogenous mass with bright echogenic component.?
Uterus pp: After 7 weeks pp your uterus should be of normal size. I would definetly be worried about it and would perform an HCG quantitative to make sure its zero. There are serious pathologies that can ocurr pp or after any type of pregnancy. Also placenta might be retained inside the uterus. Please follow up with your doctor.
I have been having some vaginal bleeding since nov. Doctor checked my ovaries and uterus and everything was normal, what could it be? I am anemic.
Iron, Gynecologist: This is not an unusual problem in your age. Do not worry. Please see gynecologist asap. Check CBC again, iron therapy is important. Dose would depend on the degree of anemia. A birth control pill might solve the situation. If the problem persists and anemia does not resolve, see hematologist.
I had my uterus an cervix removed in 2012 robotically but I have both ovaries im not sexually active I have vaginal bleeding all the time why?
Hysterectomy 24 yrs ago. Uterus & cervix removed. Vaginal bleeding. Family Dr. Says it's a polyp. Have a referral to see Gyn. What happens now? I'm 66
Polyp: If there is a polyp there, it is likely that the doctor will remove or at least biopsy it. After a hysterectomy or menopause the most common reason for bleeding is the thinning of the vaginal tissue due to low estrogen levels. This is called atrophic vaginitis. Occasionally, after a hysterectomy there will be granulation tissue or "proud flesh" at the cuff which can resemble a polyp and bleed.
Hormonal: Dysfunctional uterine bleeding is defined as abnormal bleeding due to hormone imbalances. Abnormal uterine bleeding is a broader, more general term including hormone imbalances as well as organic causes like fibroids, polyps, adenomyosis, arteriovenous malformations, and mullerian anomalies.See 1 more doctor answer
Recently im very depressed and upset and have constriction in ovary and uterus like fear. Few houers after or tomorrow I have vaginal bleeding. Why this?
Ultrasound needed: Consultation with your gynecologist is recommended. Your age, medical history, and possible medications may indicate need for a pelvic ultrasound to evaluate possible uterine fibroid or endometrial polyp which could cause vaginal bleeding and pelvic pain and to assess possible ovarian cyst, cervical cultures to rule out possible pelvic infection.
My wife is 9 weeks, has 2 uterus' and heavy vaginal bleeding w/large clots. Ultrasound today looked good, healthy heart and length. Help?
Call your OB: You should have already called your OB even if your OB did an ultraound today, may be trying to miscarr or someting else, not normal if necessary you may ahve go to the er for an exam and us tonight do what yoru OB says so call yoru ob!
I am 9 weeks pregnant and have had vaginal bleeding due to a blood clot near uterus. Can being sexually aroused hurt my baby or cause me to bleed.
No, see OB.: Sexual arousal or even having sex will not harm the baby. Sex may cause complications in case the placenta is low in the uterus. Occasional mild bleeding in pregnancy is not uncommon. If is persists, you should consult your OB. I trust that for the sake of your and your baby's health you are seeing an OB.
Female, late 40's, taking Espiride for 5yrs, stopped, now has erratic, very heavy vaginal bleeding. Is this from Espiride? Should she see OBGYN or GP?
See the OBGYN: At most the Espiride would affect this only indirectly. This is clearly a gynecologic problem.
See your doctor: These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you.See 1 more doctor answer
Vag Bleeding: Abnormal when: When you are not expecting your menstrual period. When your menstrual flow is lighter or heavier than what is normal for you. At a time in life when it is not expected, such as before age 9, when you are pregnant, or after menopause. http://www. Webmd. Com/women/tc/abnormal-vaginal-bleeding-topic-overview#1See 1 more doctor answer
See your GYN soon: You should see your gyn for an evaluation. Could be many possible problems that need diagnosis and treatment before they worsen.
Unlikely: Two relatively common conditions are common! Get evaluated!
No: Premarin (conjugated estrogens), (conjugated estrogens) a synthetic estrogen, is prescribed for menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, vaginal dryness, anxiety etc. It can actually increase vaginal bleeding. Progesterone is prescribed to counter dysfunctional uterine bleeding. It is also prescribed to woman put on Premarin (conjugated estrogens) that still have a uterus to counter the effect that estrogenic Premarin (conjugated estrogens) has on uterus.
- Talk to a doctor online
- Vaginal bleeding without uterus
- Bleeding with no uterus
- No uterus but bleeding
- Is vaginal bleeding a symptom of fibroids?
- Is vaginal bleeding a symptom of conception?
- Is vaginal bleeding a symptom of chlamydia?
- Is vaginal bleeding a symptom of cystitis?
- Umbilical hernia vaginal bleeding
- Vaginal bleeding