Blood Spots Come Out Of The Vagina After A Fall?
doctorrnI want to ask, when I was walking I fell from the stairs but the stairs weren’t too high, there were only 2 steps on the sidewalk, my falling position was like being split automatically by virgin, when I stood up and the road felt a little sore but the pain is gone It’s not too bad but when I pee when I wipe with a tissue there is blood but the color is not fresh red but like menstrual blood which is a bit brown in color, before this incident I had my period but only 3 days it’s usually a week. I’m confused whether my virgin bleeds because of the fall and can it cause virgin not to be a virgin anymore or is it just menstrual blood that hasn’t finished yet and then comes out again or normal blood that doesn’t result in losing virginity?rnPlease explain, thank you doctor
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
We need to clarify beforehand, virginity (virginity) in medical science cannot be interpreted as a certain physical condition. Virginity is more accurately defined as a condition where a woman has never had sexual intercourse at all.
Perhaps what you mean is, whether the blood you experience after the injury has anything to do with the tearing of the hymen (hymen). If that's what you mean, then the answer could be yes, or maybe no.
Hymen is part of the female reproductive organs that are located on the inner lips of the vagina. In most women who have never had sex, the hymen is intact. The entry of a foreign object into the vagina, not only due to sexual activity with the opposite sex, but can also be due to masturbation, insertion of a foreign object, or medical procedures (eg urinary catheter insertion) can tear the hymen. However, there are also women who have elastic hymen, so they are not easily torn even after penetration. Often also found, women who do not have hymen intact (intact) since the beginning of his birth.
Injuries around the pelvis and genitals can also cause the hymen to tear. This tear can be characterized by the appearance of blood spots with a volume that is not too much. The time of bleeding is certainly close to the time of the injury, so it doesn't depend on when you menstruate.
It is very difficult to tell whether the blood you are experiencing is caused by a torn hymen, residual menstrual blood, or due to other causes of bleeding (eg bleeding from the urinary tract, bleeding from the anus) if you only look at the characteristics of the blood. It is necessary to carry out an objective examination by a doctor, for example by digital rectal or ultrasound examination. Therefore, before worrying too much, try to check yourself directly with a gynecologist, okay?
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah