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400 Possible Causes for Anal or Rectal Pain, Foul Smelling Vaginal Discharge, Postcoital Bleeding

  • Vaginal Squamous Cell Carcinoma 

    COMMON SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS The most common symptoms are abnormal vaginal bleeding and a foul-smelling vaginal discharge.[] The bleeding is typically postmenopausal, which is reflective of the age group. However, the bleeding may be in the form of menorrhagia or postcoital bleeding.[] […] may be postcoital, intermenstrual, or postmenopausal. watery vaginal discharge dyspareunia Evaluation Biopsy most lesions occur in the upper 1/3 of the vagina Treatment planning[]

  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    Diffuse pain and tenderness in the lower abdomen Pelvic pain Increased foul-smelling vaginal discharge Fever and chills Vomiting and nausea Pain during sexual intercourse[] Clinicians should consider milder symptoms such as abnormal vaginal discharge, metrorrhagia, postcoital bleeding, and urinary frequency as potential symptoms associated with[] Symptoms of PID include: Diffuse pain and tenderness in the lower abdomen Pelvic pain Increased foul-smelling vaginal discharge Fever and chills Vomiting and nausea Pain during[]

  • Cervical Cancer 

    Abstract Advanced-stage cervical cancer almost always presents either with abnormal vaginal bleeding or with foul-smelling vaginal discharge.[] Postcoital bleeding refers to spotting or bleeding that occurs after intercourse and is not related to menstruation.[] Abstract A rare case of 40-years-old women presented with yellow-white and clear yellow mucous vaginal discharge, foul smell and itching per vagina 7 months ago.[]

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  • Mucopurulent Cervicitis 

    Foreign body (lost tampon) causes a foul-smelling black discharge.[] The cervix may also bleed easily when obtaining cultures or a Pap smear. May have postcoital bleeding.[] , lower back pain Anal/rectal pain and itching Sore throat Men Discharge (drip, pus) from the penis or anus Burning or pain when urinating (peeing) Frequent urination Anal[]

  • Rectovaginal Fistula 

    Talk to your doctor if you have: Passing stool or gas via the vagina Inability to control bowel movements Foul-smelling vaginal discharge Recurring vaginal infections Pain[] INTRODUCTION: Postcoital nonobstetric vaginal lacerations due to consensual sexual act are generally minute mucosal tears.[] Symptoms of proctitis can be either short-lived or chronic, and include anal or rectal pain, bloody bowel movements, abdominal cramps and diarrhea.[]

  • Leukorrhea 

    Unfortunately, most women are highly embarrassed by this problem, as it is usually characterized by a foul smelling vaginal discharge that is white in color.[] bleeding • Vaginal wall thining, colpitis macularis, patchy ulceration, adhesive vaginitis 9.[] Rectal exposure in women or MSM can result in proctocolitis, including mucoid and/or hemorrhagic rectal discharge, anal pain, constipation, fever, and/or tenesmus ( 195,196[]

  • Pelvic Abscess

    vaginal discharge, vaginal bleeding, and dyspareunia.[] […] a foul smell and irregular menstrual bleeding.[] Irritation of the peritoneum or neighboring organs can cause bilateral lower quadrant abdominal pain, diarrhea, prostration, increased frequency of urination, dysuria, foul-smelling[]

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  • Vaginitis 

    Symptoms Bacterial vaginosis — Bacterial vaginosis causes an abnormal grayish-white vaginal discharge with a foul-smelling vaginal odor.[] She says the discharge has a greenish hue and her symptom is accompanied by postcoital bleeding and a burning sensation in her vaginal area.[] Clues to some causes of vaginal discharge Normal: thin to thick, clear or slightly white or yellow, minimal to profuse discharge Retained tampon: increasingly foul-smelling[]

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  • Diverticulitis of the Colon

    Therefore these patients will present with additional signs of fistulae, such as fecaluria and a foul smelling vaginal discharge.[]

    Missing: Postcoital Bleeding
  • Postcoital Bleeding

    Foul or bad smell of the vaginal bleeding discharge. Heavy bleeding with clots. Nausea or vomiting. Pain while having intercourse. Vaginal itching and burning sensation.[] Cervical endometriosis should be considered in the differential diagnosis of cervical masses with postcoital bleeding.[] The frequency of finding invasive lower genital tract neoplasia in women with postcoital bleeding is low.[]

    Missing: Anal or Rectal Pain