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How to treat abdominal cramp,vaginal spotting?

hi i had a cesection almost 2 years since then my periods are very heavy my dr. put me in hermonal pills the heavy bleeding decrease but when i have intercourse i spot and its painful and sometimes when i urine and wipe i have dark mucus blood on the tissue what would be it? i some times have abdominal pain like mentral cramps i am 38 in the next 2 months i be 39 and i am 135 lbs and 5ft 4ins
Thu, 17 Dec 2020
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Hi,

You need a detailed evaluation. I suggest you meet a gynecologist in person. Very rarely the LSCS scar in the uterus can develop a defect and connect with the bladder, it is called vesico vaginal fistula (VVF). We need to do examine you, do an MRI with contrast to confirm the condition.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Diviya Arun, OBGYN
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How to treat abdominal cramp,vaginal spotting?

Hi, You need a detailed evaluation. I suggest you meet a gynecologist in person. Very rarely the LSCS scar in the uterus can develop a defect and connect with the bladder, it is called vesico vaginal fistula (VVF). We need to do examine you, do an MRI with contrast to confirm the condition. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Diviya Arun, OBGYN