Vaginal spotting after bowel movements?

Needs evaluation. 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.

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Vaginal spotting with bowel movements first trimester?

Stool straining? Are you straining(Valsalva maneuver) at the stool to have a bowel movement? If so, it could be hemorrhoids as an alternative to vaginal spotting. If you are doing the Valsalva maneuver regularly, it may also be producing the vaginal spotting as well. Constipation is quite common during pregnancy and your OB MD can give you advice about solutions when he/she is seen at an appointment. Read more...

Hi there, I'm 8 weeks preg, have had some vaginal spotting following a bowel movement. I have been constipated - trying fibre/fluids. Concerned?

? vaginal source. The first question would be is it vaginal bleeding or is it rectal bleeding, which when you are constipated having hard bowel movements would be much more common. Fiber and fluids is a great treatment for constipation. If you are sure it is vaginal bleeding and it continues, then you shoud alert your OB doctor. Read more...

Cervic biopsy spotting is norm I haven't had a lot but small bowel movement causing more-entire toilet was red water. To much? Or could be from bowel?

Timing of biopsy. Cervical biopsy should not bleed, after a couple of days. Bowel movement should not induce bleeding from the biopsy site. Whether it is cervical of intestinal, bleeding should not be ignored and you should contact your doctor for an evaluation. Read more...

Sometimes after bowel movements I have very light vaginal bleeds light red help.

Confirm source. The first step is to confirm that you are seeing vaginal bleeding and not rectal bleeding. Your doctor can do a rectal exam to evaluate. When you have a bowel movement you “push” which is called a valsalva. If there is blood present in the vagina it would be pushed outward. Read more...

Could I have inconsisten bowel movements when I had a bad vaginal mesh operation?

Yes. Difficulty having a bowel movement and pain preceding or during a bowel movement can occur with a posterior vaginal mesh. The mesh usually attaches on both sides lateral to the rectum and can be tight. This can result in pressure on the rectum, difficulty having bm and pain before or during bm. Pain is usually relieved with bowel movement. Read more...
Possibly . If you have issues with constipation or diarrhea, it possibly, but unlikely to be related. If you have difficulty with bowel movements (pain, bleeding, or vaginal bulging) after mesh placement, you need to be evaluated by a urogynecologist who has experience with vaginal mesh revision surgery. Read more...