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Why is there continuous bleeding after menstruation?


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2011-09-13 15:45:58
2011-09-13 15:45:58

there shouldn't be continuous bleeding after menstruation if you find that your period hasent stopped after the seventh day you are probubly just having a long period they can be as long as 9 days or a short as 3. if you are taking Birth Control that can also make you have continuous bleeding for a long time .. EITHER WAY YOU SHOULD DEFINATELY GO SEE A DOCTOR... if the bleeding does not stop. ~good Luck~


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Yes there is bleeding during menstruation

Heavy bleeding during menstruation is usually related to a hormonal imbalance.

I can differenciate between bleeding and menstruation because bleeding when you get a sore or wound and blood starts coming out of it while menstruation is when ayoung lady begins to bleed and use pads at a certain age.

It means you are not pregnant. Many women don't have implantation bleeding, if the bleeding is of menstruation volume then it is a period.

Menstruation is an involuntary process. The rate of flow/bleeding is not influenced by what we do. Certain medications as well as stress may affect it.

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.

The bleeding during menstruation is called as withdrawal bleeding. There is no pregnancy and nature wants to shed away the lining epithelium. The oestrogen and progesterone levels hormone level drops dawn and that results into menstruation bleeding.

Usually Bleeding from below is menstruation! If you don't think that that is what it's from, see a doctor! If you are younger, let your parents know!

well you have to qualify continuous bleeding - obviously the bleeding would be deadly (cause death) if a lot of blood is lost. However, if continuous bleeding occurs from a small cut, this probably would not cause death. Yet, continuous bleeding from a small cut should not occur - if it did this would indicate haemophilia, or possibly leukemia.

It means abnormally heavy bleeding at menstruation.

No. Internal bleeding is a pathological condition caused by the failure of blood vessels. Menstruation is a normal function of the human body.

No, spotting means light bleeding such as pink or brown discharge - heavy bleeding suggests menstruation, although it is possible to bleed during pregnancy if you are bleeding when menstruation was due then it is likely menstruation.

The withdrawal bleeding is not regular menstruation. Birth control changes the hormones in your body and suppresses ovulation, therefore there's no egg that was released to cause menstruation. That's why birth control prevents pregnancy.

It depends of if the bleeding falls right about the time of your menstruation. If not, then it could be bleeding that occurs in between menstruation which is normal to some women, if it is none of this, then its best to consult your gynecologist.

No, withdrawal bleeding is not menstruation. Menstruation occurs as a result of an egg released during ovulation not being fertilised. Withdrawal bleeds are a result of the drop in synthetic hormones when going from active to inactive birth control pills (or the week break), there's no ovulation so there's no menstruation.

If there are no other problems, and the bleeding is due to hormonal imbalances, birth control pills are often prescribed to bring the bleeding under control and regulate menstruation.

Ovulation occurs two weeks before menstruation, if you conceive then it takes around 6-10 for a fertilized egg to implant itself - this is when you experience implantation bleeding. If you're bleeding two weeks before menstruation it is not likely to be implantation bleeding, possibly ovulation bleeding.

The verb is bleed. Bled is the past tense of bleed. The present tense of bleed is present simple -- bleed or bleeds present continuous -- am bleeding, is bleeding, are bleeding present perfect -- have bled, has bled present perfect continuous -- have been bleeding, has been bleeding

Menstruation is (non technically) bleeding from vagina. This is a vaginal discharge which contains eggs and this happens every month

no you will cease menstruation however there can be some bleeding at first

no, you can't "over bleed" during menstruation

If the bleeding is lasting too long, check your blood pressure. There are medications to normalize menstruation abnormalities.

While chlamydia does not affect ovulation and menstruation, chlamydia can cause irregular bleeding or bleeding after intercourse. This bleeding may be mistaken for a period when it's actually bleeding from the cervix.

Anal bleeding is usually caused by hemorrhoids, not by menstruation. It could also be a symptom of a more serious gastro-intestinal illness, but it is never menstruation, which happens in a different orifice entirely.

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