Today, I went to have a gynecological examination, had a vaginal B-ultrasound, and had a cervical pathology in the photo, but the result took four days. I'm really afraid that it's not serious now. When I'm in the same room, I'm still fine for the first time, and I'll have a little bleeding for the second time, and then every time I come to my aunt for about a week in the recent two months
According to your description. The first sexual intercourse, no discomfort symptoms. The second time I felt tingling. Then I had a B-ultrasound examination. He also had a pathological examination of the cervix. B-ultrasound examination was generally normal. The endometrium is relatively thick. It may be close to menstruation. If the menstrual cycle is regular at ordinary times. Ovulation is about 14 days before the next menstruation. There will be a small amount of vaginal bleeding about a week after menstruation. It may be bleeding during ovulation. Don't worry too much. Pay attention to personal hygiene and keep the perineum clean. Wait patiently for the inspection results. It is possible that vaginitis causes pain. You can use 1:5000 potassium permanganate solution to heat the hip bath. If the symptoms can be relieved, you can continue. In addition, symptomatic treatment should be carried out according to the examination results.
Through your gynecological B-ultrasound test, from the test report, it is only that the problem of thick intima and pelvic effusion is caused by inflammatory infection. Of course, it is likely to be caused by irregular menstruation and poor hormone secretion in the body. It is suggested to wait for the results of cervical pathology and other test reports to control the syndrome.
Hello! First, according to the color Doppler ultrasound report, there is no obvious abnormality. Uneven echo of endometrium is a common phenomenon, and there is no indication of fibroids, polyps, etc. Pelvic effusion of 1 cm is normal imagination. Second, menstruation is in the ovulation period after a week. Occasional ovulation bleeding is a common phenomenon in gynecology and can not be treated. If ovulation bleeding occurs for three consecutive months, considering the low level of estrogen, ethinylestradiol can be taken to improve it. The current judgment is not serious, so it is recommended not to be too nervous.