Good question! By vaginal bleeding, I assume you mean from a cut. Blood from a vaginal injury would be very bright red, just like if you cut your finger. It would not immediately slow down because there is no way to put direct pressure on the wound.
However, menstual blood is a bit darker than fresh blood. Menstrual blood first "pools" in the lower part of the uterus before beginning to flow through the vagina. This delay is why the first blood can be lighter, and small amount. It's also why women bleed heavier first thing in the morning-- it pools in the uterus while sleeping, then when we stand up the blood begins to flow out. You will also notice clumps of tissue sometimes, called clots. Clotting of fresh bleeding from a cut looks different from menstrual clots. Also, many women wonder why their period ends with a brownish, light discharge. The older the blood, the more brownish it looks. The uterus must expel all the old blood, so to a woman it looks like a very light, and brown discharge.
Vaginal bleeding is period sweetie lol
in pregnancy vaginal bleeding is very very light. so that that you really dont need a pantie liner. the spotting also is usually a brownish color and not a bright red period blood.
That is a period.
How can you tell the difference between an early period and implantation bleeding?
Menstruation causes vaginal bleeding but vaginal bleeding can also be caused by other factors like a tubal pregnancy, an abrasion in the vagina or on the cervix. Menstruation is simply the breakdown of the uterine lining. Vaginal bleeding that is not caused by menstruation needs to investigated, it could be from a tubal pregnancy or other internal problem that could be dangerous to your health.
i see my period on the 1 of november and again on the 25 of november.so im wondering if its my period or vaginal bleeding
You can tell when you're starting your period because you start to see vaginal bleeding - spotting which is brown or pink discharge, or a full bleed. Not all vaginal bleeding is menstruation but it's typically safe to assume this is the cause of vaginal bleeding.
Vaginal bleeding is a period, not sure what you mean. If you have a cut down there when you wipe if you see a small amount of blood. but if there is blood in the tiolet and alot of blood on the tissue then that's a period.
Vaginal bleeding can happy during a period and it can be slightly painful but it should not be uncomfortable. It certainly shouldn't be painful all time. If a person is bleeding from the vagina and it's not during a period she should go to a doctor.
It probably won't be a period but it could be implantation bleeding or changes in the cervix that can cause vaginal bleeding.
When I am on my period or after having sex with my husband and I have reached an orgasm.