Lower Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Bleeding From The Vagina After A Blunt Object?
Hello! I am a man but I have a female friend when I was joking accidentally genitals my friend bumped into my knee, after that you experienced pain in the stomach and experienced a little bleeding and went into exhausted when I wake up the body came out a lot of blood, so what happens now to my friend?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. A bumpy vagina will not necessarily be followed by bleeding unless the impact may be very violent. Even a hard collision will not always end up bleeding, if hit by a blunt object such as a knee.
So it actually still needs to be seen again where the bleeding is experienced by your friend, whether from the outer skin, or from the urinary tract, or from the vagina. Because of different blood origin will cause different bleeding. Not to mention the impact mechanism itself, from which direction the impact came. For more convenience, see the image below.
As you can see, the vagina is located in the middle, and the impact from the front will hit various structures in advance such as fat pads, bones, urinary tracts, then towards the vagina. Even if the vaginal injury due to collisions, other structures should have been injured first. And if the origin of the impact is from below, and you see the vagina as a small, flexible duct, the injury should be more at the entrance of the vagina than the inside of the vagina itself.
So it is necessary to look for the possibility that the bleeding is actually menstrual blood, infection, or other conditions. Our advice, if indeed the bleeding is still ongoing, it is better for your friend to see him or her immediately to the doctor, because a history is needed, a description of the exact event, and a physical examination or even a support to be able to ascertain the cause. Handling of the condition will be determined later.
Meanwhile, your friend does not need to panic excessively, and if the blood is flowing continuously, do not hesitate to check the emergency room at the nearest hospital. So, hopefully answering your question.