Is is normal to experience Bleeding between periods after 4 months of miscarriage?


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2010-03-23 16:09:42
2010-03-23 16:09:42

No it is not. See you doctor to find out what is wrong.

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Metrorrhagia is bleeding between periods. Menometrorrhagia, in contrast, is heavy bleeding and bleeding between periods.

not technically, but she can still experience vaginal bleeding

Any bleeding that is from a baby implanting in the uterine lining is called implantation bleeding. So, you have to be pregnant for that to occur. If you are not pregnant and experience bleeding, you should see a doctor. There are many reasons why a woman bleeds between periods, but some of them are serious.

Abnormal bleeding includes bleeding between menstrual periods, excessive bleeding during a menstrual period, or bleeding after menopause

You should ask your doctor, but let me assure you pain and bleeding is not necessarily an indication of anything bad. Some women have light "periods" and spotting during pregnany. Heavy bleeding can indicate miscarriage.

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.

Many women experience bleeding or spotting between periods. At a time in life when it is not expected, such as before age 9, when you are pregnant, or after Abnormal vaginal bleeding has many possible causes.

It depends on the woman. Most menstrual periods last anywhere between two and seven days, but they can be shorter or longer by a day or two. Some women experience prolonged periods of menstrual bleeding when beginning a new birth control regimen or after complications during childbirth.

You can skip your period right at the first cycle of NuvaRing if you like. Just remember that you may experience bleeding between periods if you do so.

During ovulation some women experience some spotting. If it is more than 2Tablespoons you should see your GYN.

Being on the pill can cause spotting between periods, called breakthrough bleeding.

No one knows for sure...but any bleeding during pregnancy means that you can have a miscarriage... but it could be just your body acting up and simulating periods while you're not supposed to have any...

Bleeding between periods is nothing abnormal, but if you experience a great deal of pain or are just concerned, you should consult a medical professional. If it is a major problem for you, you may want to switch pills to see if a different brand works better.

When a person has been bleeding between their periods, it can mean any number of things. First of all, the uterus may not have expelled all of the blood from the last period. Some females also bleed during ovulation, which usually occurs mid-cycle. Bleeding in-between periods can also be caused by certain medications, health conditions and stress.

Some STDs can cause bleeding between periods. These include gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis. STDs won't cause heavy, period-like bleeding or affect your cycle.

Typically you do not have periods after conception. Early bleeding may be implantation bleeding but any bleeding when you are pregnant should be discussed with your doctor.

No, but you might have bleeding in between periods. You may be pregnant and should check.

There are some symptoms of uterine fibroids such as bleeding between periods, heavy menstrual bleeding, menstrual periods that may last longer than normal, pain during intercourse.

Are you sure it was 2 periods. It sounds like you had a "miscarriage". I hope you are O.K. It wouldn"t be a bad idea to go to the doctor or clinic to check.

When spotting occurs between menstrual periods, there can be many causes. Spotting can occur due to hormonal changes, birth control, or implantation bleeding of pregnancy.

Uterine cancer is highly treatable if caught fast. Look for Longer/heavier periods than you�۪re accustomed to, Bleeding or discharge between periods, Bleeding or discharge after menopause, Pelvic pain or pressure.

Some women experience light periods--or even regular flow--throughout their pregnancies, but bleeding can also be a sign of miscarriage. Ask your doctor.

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