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I’m an EMT and first year medical student. If you have an answer, please explain so that I can learn!
This is a hypothetical scenario that my teacher gave me in class the other day. I’m trying to better understand the treatment and diagnoses process.
What would you do for a 17 year old female complaining of lower abdominal cramping and brownish vaginal discharge? She claims not to be expecting her period for another 2 weeks, but describes the pain as similar to that of severe menstrual cramps.
She says that she hasn’t had sex since her last period, so I ruled out pregnancy.
She has no past history of this, is on no medications, and experienced no trauma.
I suspect a vaginal or internal infection. Please tell me if you agree or disagree, and why!