Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Bleeding From The Vagina?
hello, I have checked with the obstetrician but for the uterus there is no problem either cysts or myoma, but is this implantation bleeding? I have also checked with a specialist in internal medicine and have an ultrasound and the conclusion is a colon infection, can the infection bleed through the vagina and feel very painful? thank you
Hi Syavia, Thank you for asking again at HealthReplies.com.
After you have checked yourself, have you asked an obstetrician and gynecologist about the cause of your complaint? The cause of your complaint cannot be determined without a doctor's examination. As I said in the answer to your previous question, implantation bleeding is difficult to determine. Usually implantation bleeding is estimated from the characteristics of bleeding that comes out, namely less bleeding, lighter blood color, is short-lived or can occur repeatedly with pauses (there is a period of several days when the bleeding does not come out), and is accompanied by mild abdominal cramps. If fertilization does occur, when doing an ultrasound, an obstetrician and gynecologist may be able to see the pregnancy sac in your uterus. In addition, if the timing is right, the testpack can also show positive results.
Infections of the intestine generally do not cause symptoms of vaginal bleeding. Intestinal infections can cause diarrhea, bloody stools, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, flatulence, and fever.
You should go back to consult with an obstetrician and gynecologist and discuss with your doctor what caused your complaint because without a doctor's examination it is impossible to know the cause. If necessary, please consult with other obstetricians and gynecologists for a second opinion. You can temporarily take pain relievers that your doctor gives you.
I hope this helps.