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Vaginal bleeding after routine examination. Underlying cause?

Mar 2016
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How do I find a gyn doctor to find out why I am still bleeding. I have went for a rountine exam and since there was a mistake possible made, they really are not helping me. I have been bleeding for about 20 days minus 5 give or take. It seems they can't stop the bleeding. Can you help me find a doctor. I am 59 years old and very worried.
Posted Sun, 10 Nov 2013 in Menstruation and Miscarriage
Answered by Dr. S Patra 6 hours later
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Thanks for writing to us. Followings are my comments:

1) Vaginal bleeding after routine examination may be due to blunt trauma or injury around cervix. However, we need to exclude other possible causes in this context like cervical polyp and growth or carcinoma, endometrial hyperplasia or etc.

2) You need a proper pelvic examination with Speculum or Colposcope to find out the exact location of bleeding and nature of the cervical tissue.

3) One Trans Vaginal Ultrasound scan (TVS) and Pap smear test are required to pinpoint the diagnosis. These are quite relevant to rule out the exact cause.

4) You can take TRANEXAMIC group of medication (like FEMSTRUAL 500 mg etc) 2 to 3 times daily to arrest or control bleeding until you get an appointment to your gynecologist. It is an antifibrinolytic and you can get it over the counter.

5) In addition, you must maintain your genital hygiene and take balanced diet with iron supplements. Avoid mental stress and take adequate rest.

6) You can consult with your gynecologist at your nearest location or you can
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Hope, I have answered your query. Let me know, if you need any clarification.

Wish your good health and take care yourself.

Dr Soumen
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