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Varicose Veins of Vagina in a Term Pregnancy leading to LSCS

Dr. Manasi Patnaik,Dr. Dasharatha Murmu,Dr. Subhra Samantray

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Varicose veins in the vagina during pregnancy is a rare occurance. The spontaneous laceration of these varices during vaginal delivery can cause significant blood loss. We present here an unusual case of a young hospital attendant who presented with dilated engorged veins in the vagina at 32 wks of pregnancy. She ultimately underwent LSCS at term for fear of torrential haemorrhage from these extremely dilated vaginal varicose veins which had become irreducible and painful