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What Can Be Done For Swelling In The Rectum, Vagina And Abdomen Along With Vomiting?

My ongoing symptoms are as follows very swollen rectum and vagina and abdomen throwing up everything except ice cream my age is 76 no one can figure it out and I am in such pain I cant live this way and don t know what to do I have been to every kind f specialist PLEASE HELP
Sat, 31 Aug 2019
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Hello,

Now, swollen rectum means you have hemorrhoids, most probably internal and external. If you have swollen vagina, it might be due to vaginal varicose veins. However, we should rule out possible vagina infection or trauma. To me, should go to ER as soon as possible if the pain is unbearable, they will help there.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Take care. All the best.

Regards,
Dr. Albana Sejdini, General & Family Physician
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What Can Be Done For Swelling In The Rectum, Vagina And Abdomen Along With Vomiting?

Hello, Now, swollen rectum means you have hemorrhoids, most probably internal and external. If you have swollen vagina, it might be due to vaginal varicose veins. However, we should rule out possible vagina infection or trauma. To me, should go to ER as soon as possible if the pain is unbearable, they will help there. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Take care. All the best. Regards, Dr. Albana Sejdini, General & Family Physician