Menstrual period in women happen every 28 days and stays for normally four to seven days. During their periods mostly women face abnormal vaginal bleeding or spotting between periods.
When to worry for Vaginal Bleeding or spotting between periods?
Vaginal bleeding is considers usually abnormal when it happen;
- If there is no time for your normal periods, mostly women know their normal days of menstrual period start.
- With your menstrual flow is slow or heavy and fast than normal.
- At the age bellow 11 where you are normally entering in adult life and signs of puberty are originating but that is not the time of such spotting between periods.
Causes of Vaginal Bleeding or spotting between periods?
Cause of the abnormal bleeding can be different depending on your health. Some of these causes are more important.
- Hormonal changes
- Starting or stopping estrogens
- Decrease in thyroid levels
- Stress or sudden tensions
- GYN procedures
- Injury in the vagina by insertion or playing with toys
- Malignant cancers
- Vaginal infections
- Drugs particularly anticoagulants Vaginal dryness
- Some women have spotting during ovulation
- Heavy bleeding can occur after sexual intercourse
First thing is to go for your check up but remember to explain your history to doctor that is why you have to know your menstrual calendar. You should take bed rest to avoid any troubles due to heavy bleeding.
Vaginal Bleeding in Pregnancy
Heavy bleeding can be experience in first week of pregnancy or abortion that is mostly a normal case. It can be very first sign of pregnancy, early or late pregnancy. . Sometime it also happens due to irregularity in your birth control pills. Use of Aspirin is highly restricted without gynecologist advice because it can make your bleeding heavy or lower.