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What causes vaginal pain? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 16-Oct-2014
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Doctor:Hello XXXX
User:i need to speak to a Dr
User:preferbly a gyane
User:if possible
Doctor:I am a General Physician, I believe I can help you within my expertise and If required I shall recommend a specialist.
User:i am expecting my second child
User:4th month about to get
User:i am having sever vaginal pain
User:and it impacts me most when i am lying down and want to turn
User:if i am sitting
User:it is ok
Doctor:Since when are you having vaginal pain?
User:any moment which involves moment around my vagina and hips
User:it creates trouble
User:1 month
User:checked with Dr
User:she has called on 1st
Doctor:Do you have any vaginal discharge?
User:not even once
Doctor:When did you get last scan?
User:1 st sept
User:i am a case of placenta pervia
User:i am trying to upload my US reports
User:ultra sound report
Doctor:sure please upload
User:shall i
User:allow me 5 mins
Doctor:yes please upload
Doctor:Ok sure
User:can we talk?
User:do we have this facility
Doctor:Yes, please call customer care, the will connect to the doctor.
Doctor:I mean phone call if you wants to talk with us
Doctor:Are you uploading reports?
User:not able
User:i can give you details
User:sorry Dr to keep you waiting
Doctor:No issues
User:what details you require
Doctor:you have option on your chat board to upload reports
User:yes i know i am trying to scan and upload on laptop first
User:which is coming as failed
User:i can whatsapp
User:it to you
Doctor:Or you can send me to YYYY@YYYY with subject ATTN: Dr . XXXX
User:i just did
User:if you received them
Doctor:give me some time I will check with customer care
Doctor:We have not received yet
Doctor:Ok we will discuss further
Doctor:Your vaginal pain mostly due to placenta previa in which placnta lies in lower part of uterus which can cause pain
Doctor:Are you there?
User:i am here
User:but my previous pregancy was also similar case
User:but never had pains like this
User:can it be due to my miscarriage
User:last year
Doctor:Sometimes stretching womb can cause pain
User:what shall i do
Doctor:are you taking any medication like progesteron?
User:to ease this
User:i took following medicines
Doctor:I suggest you visit doctor to find out cervix position like it is opened or clodes
Doctor:If it is closed then need not to worry
User:will this come in US also
User:as she has called me with US on 1st OCt
User:i am complete bed rest from last 2 months
Doctor:It measures cervix length as well
Doctor:Yes you need to take bed rest
User:is it the cervical length
User:or different
User:the report says :
Doctor:cervical length and placenta different
User:the placenta is anterior, low lying reaching upto the internal OS grade O.
Doctor:then risk is very very less
User:a 15*12 mm area of old s/c bleed seen along with anterior wall of lower
User:uterine segment
User:BPD : 18 mm
User:HC: 69 MM
User:CRL: 64MM
User:cervical lenght is 34 MM
Doctor:But better take another scan to know the progression of placenta
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:no not right now
User:i will consult again post 1
Doctor:Ok sure dear,please take rest
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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