Things are never too perfect, and you never know what next knocks up on your door and what circumstances it might lead to.
So, it’s about a strong, active, and passionate girl; who, no matter what, believed in herself and fought like a superwoman. Isha was a completely active one at the age of 13, all of a sudden while practising her dance routine, she felt a wrecking paralyzing pain that left her in a fetal position. It has been happening for a week, but minor ones, unlike this one. It felt like someone kicked her hard in the gut or the left side of her lower abdomen, she was also going through massive blood flow in her vaginal area with vomiting without bile or blood, pains with cramps. She had lost her weight with abdominal bloating. Her parents were scared and had no idea what Isha was going through in her pain, which was increasing day-by-day, and she felt like paralyzed, where she couldn’t move her body at all. She was afebrile.
Her parents finally decided to take her to the hospital, and they got every possible test done in almost a year, be it ultrasound, dietary or more. That year was a horrible or terrible year in her life. Her friends decided to visit her and give her the support to fight this disease with full strength and wished for her health and prayed for her to get well soon and get back to her normal routine where they will be waiting for her no matter what, and she believes that she is not alone. She couldn’t have imagined this support from her friends, mentors and parents but mostly from herself.
Finally, they discovered an ob/gyn specialist surgeon and went for her treatment. Isha was lying on a stretcher scared to death, and it took no longer for the doctor to be in complete awe and terrified but when the doctor met Isha’s eye she just plastered a smile, told her to relax and made her believe that she would be fine. Doctor briefed her parents about the procedure and treatment. ‘A woman who has an imperforate hymen, minor surgery is required incising the extra hymen membrane or will remove the tissue that blocks the menstrual flow. Post-surgery, Dilators will be inserted for a few minutes every day until she gets better to avoid the incision being closed on its own.’ Her parents’ expression was like they had no clue but were terrified for their daughter’s health and wanted Isha to be healthy soon. So, they believed in the doctor’s saying.
Next thing, the girl knew that she was going to have a minor surgery which she read about but still had no idea. The doctor inserted a baby incubator because Isha’s vaginal hole was smaller than her pee hole. Her mother tried to ease her discomfort by holding up her hand and giving a kiss on her forehead, telling her that everything will be fine.
She remembered after she woke up that she was feeling better and the surgery went successfully, and post-surgery treatment was being taken care of.
Therefore, complications in hematocolpos include abdominal and pelvic pain, hydronephrosis from extrinsic compression and imperforate hymen of the ureter. It is very important to consider diagnosis and then get the required treatment. As a girl, we all must know how strong we are made, and no matter what we go through, nothing can break us, and everything has its alternative.