Why is there continuous bleeding after menstruation?
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~
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.
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.
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.
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.
It is biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant - however it is possible to experience vaginal bleeding during pregnancy, which you might mistake for menstruation. It is biologically impossible to get pregnant during menstruation - however it is possible to get pregnant as a result of sex during menstruation as given the right environment sperm can survive in the vagina for up to 7 days, by which time you may ovulate. You may mistake ovulation…
Many things can cause a woman to bleed besides menstruation. Some types of birth control can cause abnormal bleeding or spotting. Sometimes sexual intercourse can cause some spotting or light bleeding. Stress has been known to postpone or trigger menstruation. The safest way to deal with a problem like this, though, is to see a doctor. There are several adverse things that can cause bleeding also and it is best to find the reason why…
Usually no period indicates pregnancy. The time at which a woman is most likely to get pregnant is several days after she stops Menstruating (bleeding) in a woman with a 28 day menstrual cycle she is most likely to get pregnant on days 11 to 15 inclusive after the day she started bleeding. that means that on average she has stopped bleeding several days before she reaches her fertile stage. When a woman is bleeding…
Your period is menstruation, when the uterine lining sheds and leaves your body via your vagina. You know that you're on your period because you're bleeding from your vagina - although there are other reasons for vaginal bleeding, if bleeding for 5-7 days or around the time you're due and experiencing changes in your body normal to that point in your cycle it's likely menstruation.
The correct medical term is menorrhagia. Menorrhagia means excessive bleeding during menstruation. Excessive menstrual bleeding is menorhagia. Irregular menstrual bleeding is metrorhagia. Irregular excessive menstrual bleeding is menometrorhagia. Menorrhagia is excessive uterine bleeding during the menses. Menorrhagia