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Severe stomach pain, spotting, pain in the pelvic area. Reason?

Today I began to get a very bad stomach ache and I tired using the restroom but nothing happened. After a while I tried again and when I went to wipe I saw blood in the toilet and on the toilet paper. I proceeded to continuously check for more blood but now it only seems to be coming from my vagina. There has been no spotting on my underwear just in toilet paper and my stomach ache is also still present, it is a very low pelvic region ache,
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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Thank you for your Q.
If you are experiencing pelvic area pain & spotting associated with it - it may be due to pelvic infection but one also needs to make sure that it is not related to any complications associated with pregnancy ( of course it depends on your age, last period & if any contraception is used currently)
I suggest get pregnancy test if in doubt & also you must get urine checked to make sure it is not due to urinary infection.
Other reasons why pain associated with spotting on toilet paper ( if coming from back passage area) - is piles/ fissure (pain will be more around anus) & constipation related.
Obviously it is importanat you get appointment with Dr to get thorough examination & also some tests carried out

Hope this helps
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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