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Pain in the lower abdomen after sneezing. Heavy bleeding with pain in the back. Post menopause. Suggestions?

Hi my mother is having an issue. Yesterday she sneezed really hard and had a very sharp pain in her lower abdomen that took her breath away. Since then she is having bright red bleeding with a dull constant pain to her lower abdomen and back.she has not had a period in over a year.she's 54. She has had to change clothes today 3 times due to overflow. She is filing up thick pads. She feels weak and very tired.

Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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Hi dear user, thanks for your query.

Your history and symptoms are really a matter of great concern. In my opinion, you should get a few investigations done(complete hemogram, coagulation profile, blood glucose, thyroid profile, ultrasound and endometrial and endocervical biopsy). In the mean time, you can use tablets of tanexemic acid 500mg thrice daily and mefenemic acid thrice daily for 3 days to control bleeding and pain.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 18 Jun 2013
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