Bleeding, A ladies question.

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Hi all,

Not the nicest topic buy just wondered if this is any relation to the possibility of having crohns, if it's just sporting or something else.

Recently when I've had a bowel moment I have been experiencing some bleeding, however it is coming from the Vagina area. I have finished my period about a week and a half ago however this has happened a few times now. I'm not really sure what could be causing it and will speak to my consultant but just enquiring as to whether gqny ladies have had anything similar.

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    Hi, I have my usual period then a week or so after I have some light bleeding when I wipe. I've spoken to my gp and a nurse at my last smear and was told this is normal, it's just what is left behind. I know I have a tilt (?) and when I have a smear they struggle to see my cervix and I unfortunately have to get in some odd position to be checked! Maybe ur just a bit strange like me lol
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    Hi Stace, know how you feel when I was first diagnosed 4 years age about 2 months after I was going to toilet as usual and noticed bleeding from the front, I was bothered because I had hysterectomy in 2000 so should have no bleeding, I phoned my consultant and was admitted to hospital where I had ct scan and they found I had an abcess near my bottom which is quite common with crohns disease so had to have it drained fortunately it was under general anaesthetic as I told them they were not going near my back end whilst I was awake lol it cleared it up and touch wood no more bleeding from the front, just the back hope this helpsĀ 
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    Hi Stace, know how you feel when I was first diagnosed 4 years ago about 2 months after I was going to toilet as usual and noticed bleeding from the front, I was bothered because I had hysterectomy in 2000 so should have no bleeding, I phoned my consultant and was admitted to hospital where I had ct scan and they found I had an abcess near my bottom which is quite common with crohns disease so had to have it drained fortunately it was under general anaesthetic as I told them they were not going near my back end whilst I was awake lol it cleared it up and touch wood no more bleeding from the front, just the back hope this helpsĀ 
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      Thanks very much for your response. I'm still yet to be diagnosed, keep saying they think it's IBS but I'm convinced it's something more. I contracted sepsis last year and ever since nearly dying my body has been fighting again it's self it seems

      seems.

      I had a colonoscopy and the biopsy results showed no abnormalities but I've been reading here that this is quite common.

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    I was told I had IBS for 2 years by the doctor, I only found out it was crohns because I did the over 50 bowel screening and they found blood so sent me for colonoscopy man I hate those things. In my local hospital the sedation worked brill but when they sent me to another and I had 3 there the sedation didnt work so I told my specialist nurse in future I want to go to local hospital in future
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      They aren't cool haha. I got oxygen during mine but I'm allergic to anesthesia it turns out so the always have to provide me with oxygen alongaise everything now if I get anesthesia! I remember it hurting at first and I'm pretty sure I told the nurse to HD my hand then I bubbled nonsense for ages. I had mine in Christmas eve haha.
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