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3 year old child, fell down, internal bleeding, shaking. Hymen rupture a possibility?

My 3 year old daughter fell tonight while playing. It was just from standing but she fell awkwardly on the side of her craft box. I suspect she may have broken her hymen . There was some blood and a bit of pain. She didn t cry but said ouchie several times in a row and was almost vibrating. Should I take her to see our family doctor or any doctor for that matter. I don t know if there is anything else it could be. I could not see a cut or anything anywhere and it seemed as though the blood was coming from internal but am not sure??
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Hi, Tara,
Thanks for query,
Consult your doctor as early as possible as it is possible that she might have injury in her inner part.
So after proper local examination one can decide the seriousness of the lesion.
Let it be minor lesion but get it examined on safer side.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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