Postcoital genital rupture is an uncommon but well documented problem of hysterectomy. Evisceration for the tiny intestine, genital bleeding and pelvic discomfort are normal presenting features. We report the case that is unusual of rupture presenting with generalised peritonitis without genital evisceration.
Postcoital rupture that is vaginal an unusual but well documented problem of hysterectomy. Evisceration associated with tiny intestine is a very common presenting function and might be followed by genital bleeding and pain that is pelvic. These symptoms frequently happen during or immediately after sexual intercourse therefore the diagnosis is self obvious. We report the uncommon instance of genital rupture presenting with generalised peritonitis without genital evisceration 4 times after sex and 10 months after a laparoscopic hysterectomy.
A woman that is 35-year-old to your accident and crisis division by having a 4-day reputation for stomach discomfort. The pain was generalised, colicky and modern in nature. It absolutely was related to anorexia, vomiting and constipation for 48 hours.