|Description:||- More detail on the types and causes of vaginal bleeding is included.- Reference is made to the sexual assault guideline.- Photos to aid the assessment of blood loss are included.- Following gynaecological surgical interventions, heavy, ongoing vaginal bleeding commencing 7–14 days post procedure may indicate underlying infection.|
|Date Update Posted Online:||September 7, 2017|
|Section Title:||Vaginal Bleeding: Gynaecological Causes|
|Guidelines Print Date:||September 20, 2017|
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