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abnormal bleeding between menstrual cycles..intercourse

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(Sorry I don''t mean to be gross)I been having issues and I am a little worried. I been experiencing some abnormal bleeding between menstrual cycles: once about two weeks ago after intercourse. I was a large amount enough to worry me. It was two weeks after my normal cycle. Then again today after urinating. My last cycle was last week. I noticed my joints hurt but not a lot of cramps. The last week my lower back, my knees, and my shoulders. Should I be seen?
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  DoogleNK replied 9 years ago.
Causes of irregular intermenstrual bleeding are infections (cervicitic, endometristis) pelvic inflammatory disease, tumors (cervical polyp, fibroids, cervical cancer & other cancers of the genital tract), drugs like anticoagulants, hormonal contraception (pills, IUD) & few more causes.
You mst see a gynecologist for evaluation, accurate diagnosis & treatment. Evaluation may inlcude pelvic exam, blood work, ultrasound, PAP smear & possibly endometrial biopsy.
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Customer: replied 9 years ago.
THe is no inflammation
Expert:  DoogleNK replied 9 years ago.
Hello Willcri,
It would not be possibel to exclude presence of inflammation in the genital tract without physical exam & ultrasound.
There may be other cause that do not cause inflammation & cause this type of bleeding --like cervical polyp, cervical cancer, fibroid, etc


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