Abdominal pain or cramping; Change in bowel habits; Nausea or vomiting Abdominal pain (may be severe); Vaginal bleeding; Positive risk factors for.
A person may have abdominal cramps and vaginal discharge for many but severe or persistent cramping, discharge, or bleeding could be a cause for In some people, an infection of the upper genital tract can lead to PID.
Pelvic pain and abnormal bleeding aren't the only signs of there's also pain, discharge or other cervical cancer symptoms. 2. Belly bloat.
A year-old G3P presents with vaginal bleeding and abdominalpain that started a week ago. This morning, the pain got suddenly worse and the patient.