Foreign objects in a vagina
Long term intra-vaginal presence of foreign body in children. Her last delivery was 40 years back. Use of bacteriological cultures, ultrasound examination  and X ray and other radiological assessment may be needed in few cases. Foreign body metallic flashlight cover in the urinary bladder mimicking advanced cancer of the cervix: Case report and review of literature. There was no bleeding from the vagina. Occasionally a tampon or pessary is forgotten or lost and causes discomfort and vaginal discharge 4.
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Removal of intraluminal foreign body from vagina without incision
Rarely, neglected pessaries can cause severe ulceration of posterior fornix and later vaginal carcinoma 9 , Always consult your healthcare provider to ensure the information displayed on this page applies to your personal circumstances. This may result from ignorance, accident, malice, attempts at sexual stimulation or psychotic tendencies. Published by Wolters Kluwer - Medknow. Published online Jun
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Unusual intravesical foreign body in young female migrated from vagina due to autoerotism
But, I guess some questions will just have to go unanswered. First report of a vaginal foreign body perforating into the retroperitoneum. Before we get started, take this fact into account: According to DailyMail. An unusual foreign body in the vagina producing vesicovaginal fistula. The examining finger could be negotiated through the rim to the cervix where it was felt embedded in the cervical tissue.
The causes of insertion are sexual stimulation, sexual abuse, accident of post-surgery and most cases find a solution after vaginal speculum examination. This can involve neighboring structures to cause urinary and fecal fistulae. Foreign body in vagina: An uncommon cause of vaginitis in children. Intravesical foreign bodies: review and current management strategies. Conclusion: In young patients presenting with chronic lower urinary tract symptoms, foreign bodies should always be kept in mind as a differential diagnosis. Vesicovaginal fistula following insertion of herbs in the vagina by a traditional medical practitioner in the Niger delta of Nigeria.