Help; blood from vagina when having bowel movement!?

Very unusual! If this is happening repeatedly, you should consider getting a check up to see why this is happening.

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6 weeks preg, very constipated had some bowel movement and when wiped little bit of pink blood from vagina than none after when I go urinate, normal?

Might be UTI. If the blood is coming only when you urinate it might be associated with a UTI(hemorrhagic cystitis). This should be considered especially if you also have burning, urgency, frequency upon urination. If the bleeding comes any time then it could be related to a threatened abortion. In your situation in ay of those cases you should be seen ASAP to determine what is going on and get treated as needed. Read more...

I had sex 5 days ago. I am treating a UTI right now with antibiotic. And when I had bowel movements I saw light blood from vagina. What could this be?

Vaginal bleeding. UTI does not cause vaginal bleeding, and any abnormal vaginal bleeding should be professionally evaluated. Depending on your symptoms, what tests were done, and sexual risks, it could be an STD. UTIs and STDs can cause similar symptoms in women and sometimes are easily confused with one another. Read more...

It's been two weeks since period. Cramping and lower back pain and spotting for a week. Blood from vagina after bowel movement. Periods are not heavy.

Check a pregnancy. test. If negative, wait a week and check it again. You need at least 2. Then go to GYN or family doctor to make sure you do not have a bladder infection or vaginal infection, which could cause the discharge above. If everything is clear, then you may need to wait for your period to reset, whatever the triggering event was. Be patient. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. Read more...

17 weeks pregnant. Bright red blood from vagina after straining to have a bowel movement. Stopped after a couple wipes. No cramps. Should I go to er?

Sounds like.... Hemorrhoids. If you are not having further bleeding, abdominal pain or cramping, you can probably just watch things for now. Try to avoid excessive straining and constipation by increasing fiber and water intake. For any vaginal bleeding or pain or excessive rectal bleeding go to the ER. Read more...
See your doc! If you're sure the bleeding came from the vagina (and not the rectum from a hemorrhoid/fissure) then you should see your doctor, especially if it happens again and/or you develop cramping with it. Good luck! Read more...

What could cause blood from the vagina when taking a bowel movement?

Bleeding. It could be totally unrelated one thing to the other. However hemorroids, anal fissure, vulvar conditions, bladder disease etc can cause you to see some bleeding at the time of a bowel movement. Read more...

Day 13 of cycle. 2 days after bowel movement light brown blood with mucous from vagina. Panic?

Never panic! Panic never helps - sometime an extreme immediate threat to your safety can make it unavoidable, but otherwise, don't. This may be nothing at all, but especially if you are TTC, why not visit an OBGYN for exam and advice and solid info on the whole topic of your reproductive system. That way you'll handle it from conception - delivery well. Try to fix your anxiety too. Raising kids will go better. Read more...

Symptoms include dull, on/off pain in my LL abdomen, sharp pain in LR abdomen, blood from vagina, itchy vagina and anal, which is causing pain at sex.

LA pain. Your complaints are general and you should have a complete PE to rule out GI and GU problem if negative; then you do have hormone imbalance symptomology if you have regular periods and BMI around 25 not overweight then you can be treated locally with estrogen cream or lubricant as Lavena or similar brand if available. Your co-morbility with DM , depression ND uri have to be in control first. Read more...

Is bowel movement coming from vagina considered very serious?

Need an evaluation. It is usually due to an abnormal connection between your bowel and the vaginal wall. It can be due to different conditions such as a traumatic/instrumental delivery, cancer treatment etc... It can be corrected surgically. Please see your obgyn or general surgeon and they will be able to guide you. Read more...