The only person who would really know this answer is the doctor that would perform the surgery. They will tell you yes, they can or no the can't do the surgery one someone.
Heavy menstrual bleeding can cause life threatening conditions. It is very dangerous and can be very painful. It is best to consult a doctor if one experiences heavy menstrual bleeding.
Sometimes - Yes. Particularly if you, by nature, have heavy bleeding either during menstruation or when you cut yourself. Heavy bleeding is also dependant upon the thickness of the hymen. The thicker it is, the more bleeding is usual. This is because thicker hymens generally contain more blood capillaries. The bleeding, although heavy, is rarely prolonged, is not dangerous and generally heals within 3-5 days. Bleeding should cease within 24 hours. Should bleeding continue after 2 days please consult a physician.
It's really confusing to me.. I think I might be pregnant but I started bleeding and I don't know if its heavy bleeding or just normal bleeding and a cose for concern because its definitely not light..
It is most like a miscarriage and it's definitely something to see your doctor about ASAP. It can be dangerous if the bleeding is very heavy or accompanied by clots.
because it is carried by the heavy wind
No, Heavy bleeding after a late or missed period could be a sign of a miscarriage. But chances are if you are experiencing Heavy bleeding you are not, or are no longer pregnant.
For how long? It could be nothing or it could be dangerous. You really need to get to the docs or hospital.
Possible causes of heavy bleeding include menopause, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, gonorrhea, uterine fibroids, and endometriosis.
I'd say no. Implantation bleeding is scant to light. Heavy bleeding and cramping sound like a period to me.
They shouldn't be heavy cramps
Heavy bleeding during menstruation is usually related to a hormonal imbalance.
light bleeding yes. heavy bleeding no.
it should be light bleeding.. (spotting)
It depends where exactly you cut yourself. I'm not a doctor, but if it's really heavy bleeding it could be a severed artery.
Iam having heavy bleeding and bad cramps can you still be pregnant?
Decidual bleeding is a heavy bleeding. It occurs when there is a hormonal imbalance in a woman's body caused when part of the uterine lining is shedding before the placenta has fully attached.
heavy bleeding does not always mean miscarriage. there could have been a blood clot or a tear but i have heard a few women talk about heavy bleeding and thought they were miscarrying but were fine.
Heavy menstrual bleeding is known by it's medical term menorrhagia. Anything over 80ml is considered to be heavy but not an indication of any sort of health problem.
Because many heavy metals - and also another impurities - are toxic and dangerous for the health.
No this is a normal heavy period. Implantation bleeding is usually light.
Removal of Mirena in itself does not cause heavy bleeding and clots. Such symptoms are likely your period.
Yes, they are heavy and can crush, kick, bite, shove, trample, and charge you.
Heavy rain affects a persons life because it is dangerous to drive during this time. Heavy rain will also cancel outside events.