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1,418 Possible Causes for Breast Engorgement, Chloasma, Vaginal Bleeding

  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

    Always call your care provider if you: experience painful, regular contractions prior to 37 weeks or if you think you are in labor have leaking of fluid or vaginal bleeding[] Vaginal spotting is not unusual and is less of a concern than during the first trimester, but any bright red vaginal bleeding warrants a call to your obstetrical provider[] Have you had any vaginal bleeding or spotting? Have you had any pain or uterine cramping? Have you had any discharge or leakage of fluid from your vagina?[]

  • Birth

    First, inspect and gently palpate her breasts for redness, pain, and engorgement. Inspect the nipples for redness, cracks, and bleeding.[] If she is breastfeeding and her breasts are engorged, suggest warm compresses or a warm shower before breastfeeding to stimulate milk flow.[] Or, if her newborn isn’t emptying both breasts, suggest she pump her breasts to relieve discomfort.[]

    Missing: Chloasma
  • Postpartum Hemorrhage

    Swollen (Engorged) Breasts When your milk comes in (about two to four days after delivery), your breasts may become very large, hard and sore.[] However, recurrent vaginal bleeding and hypovolemic shock occurred 2 days later.[] CASE: A 36-year-old pregnant woman with placenta previa and percreta at 35 weeks' gestation complicated with massive vaginal bleeding.[]

    Missing: Chloasma
  • Threatened Abortion

    […] classifiable to 390 - 398, 410 - 429 ) 648.6 cerebrovascular disorders (conditions classifiable to 430 - 434, 436 - 437 ) 674.0 cervicitis (conditions classifiable to 616.0 ) 646.6 chloasma[] There was no association between duration of vaginal bleeding, hematoma size, or gestational age at diagnosis of subchorionic hematoma and pregnancy outcome.[] CONCLUSION: First-trimester vaginal bleeding is an independent risk factor for adverse obstetric outcome that is directly proportional to the amount of bleeding.[]

    Missing: Breast Engorgement
  • Abruptio Placentae

    […] classifiable to 390 - 398, 410 - 429 ) 648.6 cerebrovascular disorders (conditions classifiable to 430 - 434, 436 - 437 ) 674.0 cervicitis (conditions classifiable to 616.0 ) 646.6 chloasma[] Abstract Three cases of vaginal bleeding during labor associated with high-frequency uterine contractions (HFUC) in the third trimester of pregnancy are reported.[] Antepartum vaginal bleeding during the course of expectant management was the most common feature in the clinical course of the patients who developed abruptio placentae.[]

    Missing: Breast Engorgement
  • Pelvic Vein Thrombophlebitis

    engorgement. [2] Treatment [ edit ] With low uterine size retention, treat endometritis and SPT with ice packs, broad-spectrum antibiotics and analgesics.[] Other symptoms of pelvic congestion syndrome may include: Swollen vulva/vagina Varicose veins located on or around the vulva, buttocks, and legs Abnormal menstrual bleeding[] […] fever must be considered, such as infection of cesarean section wounds, episiotomy or laceration sites as well as endometritis, endomyometritis, mastitis, and physiologic breast[]

    Missing: Chloasma
  • Missed Abortion

    […] to 390 - 398 , 410 - 429 ) 648.6 cerebrovascular disorders (conditions classifiable to 430 - 434 , 436 - 437 ) 674.0 cervicitis (conditions classifiable to 616.0 ) 646.6 chloasma[] Two months after curettage she presented with sudden severe vaginal bleeding. Clinical examination revealed a lesion of the epithelial outer surface of the cervix.[] Vaginal Misoprostol insertion is more comfortable, although it is associated with an increased risk of vaginal bleeding.[]

    Missing: Breast Engorgement
  • Oral Contraceptive

    Control of postpartum breast engorgement with oral contraceptives. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 1967;98:1099-101. PMID: 4951893 16.[] Chloasma (spotty darkening of the skin on the face). Darkening of the skin on the upper lip, cheeks, forehead, or under the eyes (chloasma).[] CASE: A 13-year-old adolescent with a history of menorrhagia since menarche, presented to the pediatric emergency room with worsening abdominal pain and heavy vaginal bleeding[]

  • Uterine Subinvolution

    engorgement, abscess, mastitis ), W onder drugs (drug fever ) References: [6] [7] [8] [9] [10][] Signs and Symptoms. (1) Prolonged lochial flow. (2) Profuse vaginal bleeding. (3) Large, flabby uterus. c.[] If vaginal bleeding continues following curettage for secondary postpartum haemorrhage, then consider the need for a pelvic trans-vaginal ultrasound scan.[]

    Missing: Chloasma
  • Endometritis

    Fever due to breast engorgement tends to remain 39 C.[] Abstract A rare case of tubercular endometritis occurred in a 63-year-old nullipara, postmenopausal woman, who was referred to our institute with vaginal bleeding and hyperechoic[] All but one of the women were premenopausal, and all presented with abnormal vaginal bleeding.[]

    Missing: Chloasma

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