Uterine bleeding after intercourse

What are the causes and symptoms of uterine bleeding after sex and what are the consequences and side effects for us

It is better for women to clean their body with a white handkerchief after intercourse so that they are aware of any blood in the vagina.

Dr. Shirin Niromanesh, an obstetrician and gynecologist and professor at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, wrote in the weekly Salamat: The cervix or cervix is ​​located inside the vagina and separates the uterine environment from the vagina. Fortunately, this organ can be easily examined due to its position in the body, and related diseases can be diagnosed and treated in a timely manner. In the article you are reading, the most common cervical diseases are introduced. Cervical diseases are numerous and often benign, and even cervical cancer responds well to treatment if diagnosed early.
Cervicitis or inflammation of the cervix is ​​one of the most common gynecological diseases. In this disease, the cervix becomes inflamed due to fungal or bacterial diseases. Patients usually present with a foul-smelling and purulent discharge, and sometimes with pain in the lower back and abdomen, and on examination there is swelling, redness, and sometimes ulceration in the form of velvety lesions. The most common germ that causes cervical ulcers is a germ called chlamydia. The germ is difficult to grow in the laboratory, and the disease is diagnosed by clinical signs and observation.
Oral and topical medications should be used to treat cervical ulcers. Patients should be careful to observe the duration of treatment of 10 days. We gynecologists recommend that all women, even if they do not have a problem, see a doctor every 6 months or every year after marriage to have their cervix examined and observed.

Cervical polyps
Polyps are lesions that are benign in 95% of cases. These lesions are found in the uterine cavity or in the cervix (endocervical polyp).
Cervical polyps are red, thin, and usually small lesions of a few millimeters to 1-2 centimeters that are attached to the cervix on examination like an extra flesh.
Polyps often do not cause symptoms for the patient, but may cause irregular spotting after intercourse or after taking vaginal medications. Polyps are extra or abnormal appendages that should be removed if observed in the cervix and sent to a laboratory for pathology for cellular examination.
In young women under the age of 40, polyps can be removed on an outpatient basis without the need for anesthesia and without pain. Inside the uterus so that the polyp is completely removed and the chance of recurrence is less.
Cervical Cancer
Cervical cancer is caused by abnormal cell changes. The disease is rare in young people and the risk increases with age.
Cervical cancer is one of the cancers that if women receive annual care and Pap smear in time, early diagnosis and treatment will be successful.
The disease may have no symptoms and the doctor may see a lesion by chance and prove the cancer by sampling.
Spotting, especially after intercourse or the use of vaginal medications, is a warning sign, and although this problem may also be seen in cervicitis or polyps, cervical cancer should be suspected in these cases unless proven otherwise.
It is better for women to clean their body with a white handkerchief after intercourse so that they are aware of any blood in the vagina.
In advanced stages, cervical cancerous lesions are usually in the form of glaucoma. If the cancer is in the early stages, it can be treated with surgery, but in the advanced stages, evacuation of the organs adjacent to the cervix and radiotherapy are needed.
This cancer is common all over the world and in our country, and one of the main reasons is the presence of a virus called human papilloma, which has been shown to be closely related to some types of cervical cancer.
What is Nabutin?
The fact is that Nabutin personalities are not cervical diseases and are benign lesions that some patients worry about knowing they are present in the cervix. There is a secretory glandular tissue in the cervix that makes the conditions suitable for pregnancy. If these glands become infected or the glandular opening closes and glandular secretions accumulate inside the duct, it becomes a Nabut cyst. Naboot cysts are nothing to worry about. Their size varies from a few millimeters to a few centimeters. These cysts are sometimes seen on examination and sometimes on ultrasound. These cysts are more common in women with a history of recurrent or chronic cervical infection. Cysts do not require special treatment.

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