not technically, but she can still experience vaginal bleeding
Blood comes out
If you are having a period, you are not pregnant. However many women confuse their periods with vaginal bleeding and vaginal bleeding can be a sign of pregnancy particularly in early pregnancy.
hormonal changes, insertion of objects, stress, undiagnosed vaginal infection, implantational bleeding (one of the first signs of pregnancy), among others are the main causes for bleeding between periods for any woman.
There are instances of vaginal bleeding for long periods of time during pregnancy. However, it would depend upon how much bleeding; just spotting would be fine, but it is doubtful if bleeding occurs every day in large amounts.
No, you cannot have periods after you are pregnant. You can have minor vaginal bleeding but it is not a full period flow.
Vaginal bleeding is period sweetie lol
There is only one symptom of vaginal bleeding - you bleed from your vagina. I'm not sure what it is you're asking here, vaginal bleeding is literally just that, there are no side-effects.
When you're taking the birth control pill, you don't have a menstrual period. Instead, you have withdrawal bleeding. Menstrual periods are vaginal bleeding the follows ovulation by 14 days. Withdrawal bleeding is vaginal bleeding brought on by sudden cessation of hormone ingestion. Whether you have unscheduled bleeding from missing a pill or scheduled bleeding during your placebo week, neither is called a menstrual period.
The biggest clue that you're menstruating is vaginal bleeding - although there can be other causes of vaginal bleeding, it is continues over a few days it is most likely menstruation.
well it all depends on what you know about yourself vaginal bleeding is usually light and short where as a period would be something your use to. its a thing where you might have to know your body more than you would like
Anemia, loosely speaking, is a low blood count. It can be a result of blood loss including vaginal bleeding. Anemia does not cause vaginal bleeding. Cases of bleeding during intercourse are oftentimes caused by mere trauma to the cervix or a possible vaginal tear.
The most basic test would be a taste test (I know, disgusting but it works). Period blood and blood from vaginal bleeding look the same, but taste completely different. Period blood is sweet tasting (because of the abundance of hormone in it) and vaginal blood is copper tasting. Hope this helped.
Some women have irregular vaginal bleeding with chlamydia, whether between periods or after sex. If you're having that symptom or if you're at risk for chlamydia, get a checkup. If you're having irregular bleeding for more than a month, or associated with pain, or if it occurs after vaginal intercourse, or if you have an IUD in place, or if you're at risk of pregnancy, get a checkup.
if you havent started your periods this is what it could be. If you have started your periods and this is occurring before or after you period is about to start it could b spotting if its possible it isn't spotting i would go seek a doctors opinion answer ovulation bleeding or implantation bleeding
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Vaginal bleeding originates closer to the entrance, and is not normal. Also, it may produce more blood and bleeds longer if not cleaned. Consult a doctor if vaginal bleeding occurs.
Some women get implantation bleeding shortly after conception as the fertilized eggs attaches to the lining of the uterus. Implantation bleeding will occur before the time when the regular menstrual period is due. It is usually brown to light red in color and is more like spotting than a flow of a regular menstrual period.
AnswerPregnant women do not have periods therefore you cannot be pregnant. Some pregnant women do have their "periods" during pregnancy, technically it's vaginal bleeding. It could be a numberof things, for example, implantation bleeding. To be safe take a pregnancy test or visit your doctor!
Depends on the woman, lots of women have periods all the way through their pregnancy, but any vaginal bleeding when pregnant should be examined by a specialist doctor as soon as possible, bleeding doesn't mean there is anything wrong but it's better to be safe than sorry.
Yes it can cause bleeding
It could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor if you are too concerned.
No, an UTI cannot cause vaginal bleeding. UTI stands for urinary tract infection, it is an infection in the urethra so has no impact on the vagina. If you are experiencing unusual vaginal bleeding you may have a vaginal infection or STD so you may want to see your doctor.
Vaginal bleeding is a period/menstruation. if you bleed for another reason you should see a doctor.
Not that i know of.. Its impossible to bleed whilst swimming anyway but i dont know whether when you get out it just starts bleeding. Its beyond me.