3.2. Real Examination
A bivalve speculum exam ought to be done to gauge the vaginal rugae and cervix. Attention must be concentrated to find out if you will find any lacerations or injury to your vaginal walls. Upon examining the cervix, you ought to assess any apparent gross lesions regarding the cervix or lesions protruding through the cervical canal. Colposcopy might be considered if you can find any lesions that are suspicious the cervix to help evaluate the lesion under high energy. In acquiring cultures or mucus that is clearing the cervix, you ought to also see whether mild palpation alone regarding the cervix by having a swab has the capacity to replicate bleeding.
Factors will then be produced to break along the bivalve speculum and perform an assessment for the vagina with one blade regarding the speculum. This could permit a much better visualization for the vaginal rugae as there was less threat of obstruction because of the blades associated with speculum. Continue reading “All women presenting with postcoital bleeding calls for a thorough study of the genital tract”