Bleed From The Vagina After Falling In A Sitting Position?
Good morning, r nI am a mother of 3 new children on November 4, 2018 I am menstruating and then injecting birth control for 1 month, after 17 days on 21 November 2018 I fell slipped in the bathroom and issued a brownish blood spot a day after the blood turned bright red I’m on my period …
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Menstruation is a natural hormonal process that is passed by every prayer, which is marked by the discharge of blood from the vagina at certain cycle times. Menstruation can occur on days 21-35, menstrual period is 3-7 days apart. The nature of menstrual blood can be red to black accompanied by mucus.
Whereas the contraceptive method with birth control method at an early stage can cause comorbid complaints such as irregular menstruation, heavy or small menstruation, or no menstruation at all.
Regarding your question, bleeding from the vagina after a fall is most likely caused by
1. Possible trauma from the fall. This is especially if the blood that comes out is not like menstrual blood, where menstrual blood is blood that is followed by mucus.
2. possible side effects from 1 month of KB injection, especially if you just started the KB injection, so that it can cause complaints of irregular vaginal bleeding. Blood that comes out accompanied by mucus during menstruation
3. because of the menstrual cycle itself, where the blood that comes out accompanied by mucus, so it's hard to freeze
Associated with changes in blood color to bright red may be caused by injury after a fall or because of menstrual blood itself. Because this event is accompanied by trauma or a fall, you should consult your obstetrician directly for the examination and evaluation of bleeding or menstrual blood after this fall. The doctor can do a direct examination on the female area against the risk of injury or conduct an ultrasound examination that shows the process of menstruation in the uterus. Thus, the doctor can ascertain the cause of this complaint and provide the necessary care.
For now, to help control bleeding, you should take optimal rest and reduce strenuous activity until you see your doctor.
Thus the info we can convey.