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Menstrual (Definition)

Menstrual refers to the monthly cycle in women which prepares the female for ovulation, generally once per month, which is that time of month that the egg can be fertilized by the male sperm, for the purpose of reproduction. Menstrual cycles start at the first day of menstruation. (it's always been curious to me that 'menstrual' and ...Read more


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I am experiencing vaginal itching, vaginal irritation, a single painless genital bump and normal menstrual bleeding. I am using a different pad then usual but the same brand. The following also describes m...

I am experiencing  vaginal itching, vaginal irritation, a single painless genital bump and normal menstrual bleeding. I am using a different pad then usual but the same brand. The following also describes m...

See a doctor : Your symptoms could be a sign of one or more infections and I would recommend seeing your doctor for an examination. I would also recommend going back to your normal pads as the itching could be a reaction to something in the new pad ...Read more

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Normal menstrual bleeding (Tip)

If you have bleeding after an extraction, you can bite on a wet tea bag. ...See more

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Excessive menstrual bleeding normal if 48?

Excessive menstrual bleeding normal if 48?

No: Excessive menstrual bleeding is never normal and there is always something causing it. So please go and see a doctor that can adress this problem. ...Read more

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Normal menstrual bleeding (Tip)

Instead of biting on gauze after tooth extraction, try a wet tea bag. This helps stop bleeding. ...See more

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Is it normal to have heavy menstrual bleeding after tcre? I had no significant bleeding afterwards. And does the endometrium grow back over time?

Is it normal to have heavy menstrual bleeding after tcre? I had no significant bleeding afterwards. And does the endometrium grow back over time?

Usually: A TCRE procedure usually keaves behold a small area of endometrium to be able to regenerate over time, but after the periods should be much lighter for a long time, sometime for years Before it has grown back totally ...Read more

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Q:what would cause bleeding for 13 days not during normal menstrual cycle?

Many things: Many things can cause abnormal uterine bleeding. You should see your gynecologist for this complaint. Your doctor may first check a pregnancy test as bleeding may be pregnancy related. If that's negative, your doctor will look for other gynecological causes. ...Read more

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Normal menstrual bleeding (Tip)

Avoid hot liquids after oral surgery. This will minumize the chance of more bleeding. ...See more

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I had a menstrual bleeding for two days in the middle of my menstrual cycle.. Is it normal?

I had a menstrual bleeding for two days in the middle of my menstrual cycle.. Is it normal?

No: While it's not normal, it is common for many women. It's due to hormonal changes in estrogen and progesterone. If it bothers you, consider birth control pills as they help to prevent breakthrough bleeding. ...Read more

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I normally have a regular 26 day menstrual cycle and bleed for 4 days. This month I started bleeding on day 18 of the cycle ?

I normally have a regular 26 day menstrual cycle and bleed for 4 days. This month I started bleeding on day 18 of the cycle ?

Early period: There is always some variation, but if it is lighter then usual and you are sexually active may be implantation so would do urine blood HCG when over .If all is negative and the pattern persists consider sonogram to check for polyps/ovarian issues. ...Read more

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Normal menstrual bleeding (Tip)

Steady pressure for 45 minutes should stop the bleeding. ...See more

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I experienced bleeding about 2 weeks before my normal menstrual cycle and it has now persisted for 5 days. What could this be?

I experienced bleeding about  2 weeks before my normal menstrual cycle and it has now persisted for 5 days. What could this be?

Irregular periods: There is a long list of problems that can cause abnormal timing of vaginal bleeding. It is best to have a physician evaluation to help you discover what could be your cause.... Good luck ...Read more

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2 kids, just had my first menstrual cycle in Dec, second came last week and now I'm bleeding again. This didn't happen after my first baby. Normal?

2 kids, just had my first menstrual cycle in Dec, second came last week and now I'm bleeding again. This didn't happen after my first baby. Normal?

Maybe: After children especially if you nursing your atoll menstrual cycle can take a few months to return to normal. //if you are concerned or the bleeding is heavy please schedule an appointment with you Ob-Gyn ...Read more

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Is bleeding two weeks after a coloscopy and one week prior to menstrual cycle normal?

Is bleeding two weeks after a coloscopy and one week prior to menstrual cycle normal?

Probably: Spotting for a week or so after a cervical biopsy is normal. The proximity to your period is probably not related to the spotting. ...Read more

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I have been experiencing excessive bleeding during my menstrual cycle during the last couple of months. Is that normal?

I have been experiencing excessive bleeding during my menstrual cycle during the last couple of months. Is that normal?

No: Excessive bleeding - soaking pads and passing clots-- is not normal and should be evaluated by your gynecologist. There are a variety of causes and multiple treatment options depending on your age, medical issues and fertility plans. ...Read more

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Is passing tissue 1st time on depo while 2 weeks on menstrual cycle normal ? And is there medicine to stop the bleeding?

Is passing tissue 1st time on depo while 2 weeks on menstrual cycle normal ?  And is there medicine to stop  the bleeding?

See answer:: Excessive vaginal bleeding is common on Depo-Provera. This tends to subside with continued use. Passing tissue would not be an effect of the medication, but if you're bleeding heavily you may have larger blood clots looking like tissue. Estrogen pills or transdermal patch may help stop excessive bleeding. Consult your Dr. SEE:http://abt.cm/1Is7lzm ...Read more

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I started my menstrual cycle and i had it like normal and when i ended the blood was brown like normal but now im bleeding a light flow why is this?

I started my menstrual cycle and i had it like normal and when i ended the blood was brown like normal but now im bleeding a light flow why is this?

Abnormal bleeding: Its difficult to answer your question since we dont have your age or any pertinent history. Abnormal bleeding can be caused due to pco, obesity, pregnancy, hormonal imbalance, endometrail/uterine cancer, std, thryoid disease etc. ...Read more

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My wife miscarried just before xmas, we thought her first normal menstrual cycle since happened 2 weeks ago but she is heavily bleeding again tonight?

My wife miscarried just before xmas, we thought her first normal menstrual cycle since happened 2 weeks ago but she is heavily bleeding again tonight?

Bleeding: Usually you resume a normal cycle about 4-6 weeks after the miscarriage. First check a pregnancy test and make sure this isn't another miscarriage. If negative it could be that your wife took longer than usual to ovulate after the loss and now have heavier bleeding as a result. But again check a pregnancy test first ...Read more

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Is it normal for the first 2 days of your menstrual cycle to be light on bleeding? Im concerned i may be pregnant?

Is it normal for the first 2 days of your menstrual cycle to be light on bleeding? Im concerned i may be pregnant?

Varies: if this is a change for you then it may not be normal. some women have very light periods. if you are concerned then you can take a pregnancy test. if you are not pregnant and this becomes a new trend for your periods then it would be a good idea to be evaluated ...Read more

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Bleeding (Definition)

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