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What Causes Bleeding During Intercourse Post Dilatation And Curettage?

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Posted on Thu, 8 May 2014
Question: Hi...I had a conization , a D & C and some vaginal biopsy samples done last January. Everything came out negative, thankfully. My husband and I waited until two weeks ago to have sex to make sure everything was healed. What a disaster, his penis could only go in a little, with lots of lubrication and there was pain and blood. There is some sort of obstruction in there. How could this have happened? Thanks
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Answered by Dr. Surendiran Gaj (34 minutes later)
Brief Answer: Possible adhesion. Detailed Answer: Hello, Nice to meet you here. There are possible chances of adhesions after D&C[Dilatation and curettage] and cervical conization. Since the improper healing of the mucous results in adhesion,resulting bleeding with painful coitus during intercourse. I advise you to do a checking colposcopy to view the interior for any adhesion and follow up with your treating gynecologist to get treated accordingly[either medical or surgical removal of adhesions. Hope helped you, Feel free to contact me again anytime for any clarifications or further assistance in future. Take care. Regards , Dr.surendiran gaj.
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What Causes Bleeding During Intercourse Post Dilatation And Curettage?

Brief Answer: Possible adhesion. Detailed Answer: Hello, Nice to meet you here. There are possible chances of adhesions after D&C[Dilatation and curettage] and cervical conization. Since the improper healing of the mucous results in adhesion,resulting bleeding with painful coitus during intercourse. I advise you to do a checking colposcopy to view the interior for any adhesion and follow up with your treating gynecologist to get treated accordingly[either medical or surgical removal of adhesions. Hope helped you, Feel free to contact me again anytime for any clarifications or further assistance in future. Take care. Regards , Dr.surendiran gaj.