Postcoital vaginal rupture after hysterectomy presenting as generalised peritonitis

Postcoital genital rupture is a unusual but well documented problem of hysterectomy. Evisceration associated with intestine that is small genital bleeding and pelvic discomfort are normal presenting features. We report the case that is unusual of rupture presenting with generalised peritonitis without vaginal evisceration.

Postcoital rupture that is vaginal an uncommon but well documented problem of hysterectomy. Evisceration associated with little intestine is a very common presenting function that can be associated with genital bleeding and pain that is pelvic. Read more