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204 Possible Causes for Suprapubic Pain, Vaginal Bleeding

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Cystitis (bladder infection) symptoms include suprapubic pain, usually without fever and flank pain.[] However, IUDs are associated with short-term complications such as vaginal bleeding, pelvic discomfort, dyspareunia and pelvic infection.[] The symptoms of dysuria, urgency, hesitancy, polyuria, and incomplete voids may be accompanied by urinary incontinence, gross hematuria, and suprapubic or low back pain.[]

  • Ectopic Pregnancy

    The patient was a 23-year-old Malaysian woman who presented with suprapubic pain and vaginal bleeding.[] She felt tenderness in an abdominal examination and had a small amount of vaginal bleeding.[] A 38-year-old woman presented with light vaginal bleeding at approximately 8 weeks gestation.[]

  • Hydatidiform Mole

    Two months after curettage she presented with sudden severe vaginal bleeding. Clinical examination revealed a lesion of the epithelial outer surface of the cervix.[] The most common presentation of a hydatidiform mole is vaginal bleeding.[] Vaginal bleeding (p 0.05), increased uterine volume (p 0.0001) and hyperemesis (p 0.05) occurred more frequently in group B.[]

  • Intrauterine Device

    A 45-year-old woman, who had had an intrauterine contraceptive device inserted 10 years earlier, presented with dysuria, frequency and voiding difficulty with suprapubic pain[] Despite severe neutropenia and thrombocytopenia, the patient developed neither pelvic infection by retaining her IUD nor significant vaginal bleeding.[] pain, hematuria, and recurrent urinary tract infections.[]

  • Tubal Pregnancy

    A previously asymptomatic woman presented with pelvic pain and vaginal bleeding at 4 months' gestation and was found to have a live, 14-week, tubal pregnancy.[] A 25-year-old patient, presented herself at the emergency room, accusing intense lower abdominal pains, accompanied by vaginal bleeding.[] On the 26th day after the third probe of ET-CRYO she suffered from pelvic pain and vaginal bleeding.[]

  • Uterine Fibroid

    One-month after the procedure she developed massive vaginal bleeding and required an emergency hysterectomy.[] […] with vaginal bleeding Vaginal bleeding associated with pregnancy or possible pregnancy How Are Uterine Fibroids Diagnosed?[] If the person does not have symptoms such as vaginal bleeding or pelvic pain , and if the fibroid is not growing rapidly, no treatment may be needed.[]

  • Uterus Rupture in Pregnancy

    •Fetal heart abnormalities •Maternal tachycardia •Vague abdominal pain in between contractions •Suprapubic tenderness •Vaginal bleeding •Bladder tenesmus 24.[] […] and variants Differential diagnoses See Differential diagnosis of vaginal bleeding in women of reproductive age The differential diagnoses listed here are not exhaustive.[] Placenta praevia – typically causes a painless vaginal bleeding.[]

  • Intermenstrual Pain

    Differential Diagnosis of Dysmenorrhea Suspected condition Clinical presentation Diagnostic evaluation Primary dysmenorrhea Recurrent, crampy, suprapubic pain occurring just[] […] that could account for vaginal bleeding.[] Treatment There is no specific treatment for vaginal bleeding between periods. Treatment will vary based on what’s causing your abnormal vaginal bleeding.[]

  • Uterine Hemorrhage

    These include fever, abdominal pain, painful urination, general weakness, abdominal tenderness over the suprapubic area and adnexae. 3 Go to the hospital if you see these[] bleeding.[] A 44-year-old woman with end-stage liver disease presented with vaginal bleeding and fever. She was found to have sepsis, coagulopathy, and anemia.[]

  • Urinary Retention

    We present the case of a 30-year-old patient with multiple emergency department episodes with dysuria, urinary frequency, suprapubic pain and an episode of acute urinary retention[] Uterine rupture classically presents with severe abdominal pain, loss of fetal station, vaginal bleeding, and shock.[] pain (if painless and acute suspect CNS pathology) Inability to pass urine Possible bleeding Symptoms in keeping with aetiology e.g. recent dysuria, recent spinal trauma[]

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