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A Bleeding After Salpingography? What's Wrong?

The fallopian tube occupies an important position in the female body. It plays a vital role in female pregnancy and menstruation. Fallopian tube problems are more common in daily life, and many women cause harm because they overlook the issues. 

 

The salpingography is a current examination and treatment method that can know the condition of the fallopian tubes. Some women may experience bleeding after the salpingography, which makes them wonder whether this is normal or not—bleeding after salpingography is a normal phenomenon.

 

 

Is bleeding normal after salpingography?

 

Because salpingography requires the catheter to enter the fallopian tube through the vagina, it will cause damage to the vaginal mucosa and uterus during the operation, so most of them will have a small amount of bleeding after the examination. It is a normal situation, and women can repair it by themselves. Don't worry too much. This small amount of bleeding generally lasts 3 to 5 days and will recover within a week. If the amount of bleeding increases and does not relieve after more than a week, women must go to the hospital for review in time to see if there are infections and other problems.

 

How to care for after salpingography?

 

1. Do an excellent job in sanitation.

 

After the radiography, women can wash the vulva with warm water every day. Do not lavage the vagina or bathe in the bathtub to avoid the formation of cross-infection caused by germ invasion. Doing good hygiene can keep the vagina dry and prevent bacterial invasion.

 

 

2. Hot compress.

 

Women can use a hot water bottle to heat the lower abdomen to promote blood circulation in the uterus and promote the mucous membrane's self-repair.

 

3. Intercourse is forbidden

 

It is forbidden to have sex with the same intercourse for two weeks after the operation. Otherwise, it will lead to aggravation of membrane infections and excessive bleeding. Therefore, it is necessary to prohibit sexual life. Once sexual life is restored, contraceptive measures should be taken because the contrast agent will stay in the body during the examination. It takes a certain amount of time to be metabolized out of the body, and contraceptive measures should be taken to prevent the embryo from being affected by the contrast agent after conception.

 

 

4. Take medication to anti-inflammation.

 

Suppose women are worried about infection after the operation. In that case, they can take drugs under the guidance of a doctor, such as Fuyan Pill, which can be anti-inflammation in treating blocked fallopian tubes. What's more, it has no drug resistance and can effectively eliminate pain and improve a woman's menstruation. If patients get treated in time, medication is an appropriate option. However, if the fallopian tubes have developed substantial lesions, it needs timely surgery to prevent further aggravation. Women must follow the doctor's advice or seek medical attention when the bleeding is heavy and the vagina is abnormal. 

 

Remember that bleeding after salpingography is a normal phenomenon. Do not worry too much. As long as women take good care of it, the body can recover quickly without being hurt. However, women need to know the precautions before and after the salpingography to be vigilant and take measures to prevent accidents during the examination. In particular, women must ensure no inflammation and infection in the vagina before the examination to avoid germs following the examination. The catheter enters the uterine cavity, causing uterine cavity disease and inflammation of the fallopian tubes.

 

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