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Had accident, pelvic bone bruised near vagina, causing discomfort while intercourse. What should i do?

Hi I had a serious horse riding accident the other day, we had the ambulance out. But they lety me go eventually as they thought it wasn't that bad. However, my pelvic bone feels extremely bruised near my vagina it may not be serious but is causing serious discomfort in my attempt to concieve a child (I can't stop, I'm 44) Thankyou x
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Hello, this might be due to pelvic bone uniting in malposition giving rise to dyspareunia and labour related difficulties. Labour issues can be taken care off with Caesarian section but if you have dyspareunia than you need to consult pelvic surgeon and gynaecologist together to plan out reconstructive procedure for the bone issue and it will be a lengthy procedure. Thank you
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