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C Diff With Heavy Bleeding
Hi, I am on megace 160mg for 6 months already and the last d&c showed that the med is working. However, i have experienced heavy bleeding and sometime?
No.: Although our definitions of "heavy bleeding" may differ, if you are concerned please see your obstetrician-gynecologist asap to address this. Normal lochia should not be very heavy nor last for two straight months! Other problems such as cervical cancer, hematologic, endocrine (sheehan?) or structural (fibroids) pathology could explain your bleeding, so medical care is urgently needed. ...Read more
Call your doc: Who did your D&C he knows you and your situation, hopefully you have already called your doc before asking that? Here! Could be preg, could have tissue or polyp or same problem that your doc did the D&C for in the 1st place, your doc can do blood work and an ultrasound to see what the prob is, could be just a heavy period. ...Read more
I had a scan last week and have 11mm lining.have been on tamoxifen for 4years.had heavy bleeding now bad pains.in for a d&c...what can I expect.??
Important Answers: Tamoxifen can cause abnormal growth/thickening of your uterine lining with subsequent heavy bleeding. If left undiagnosed/untreated it can lead to endometrial cancer. During the D&C you will be asleep, and feel no pain. Ur Dr will remove the excess tissue and have it examined to rule out cancer and to determine if any additional treatment is needed. Take Care! ...Read more
I have gone for hysteroscopy with dd&c done under g.A report was normal but my first periods after dd and c I had heavy bleeding for one is it ok?
I've had a copper IUD before which caused heavy bleeding and merina IUD which did not like is there a med I can take to stop heavy bleeding with c iud?
See a GYN: Heavy vaginal bleeding can have multiple causes. You need to see a doctor for this. ...Read more
Many things: It is hard to answer definitely. Depends on age and other factors. You need an exam, lab work and probably a biopsy to tell the difference between hormone imbalances, overgrowth of the lining of the uterus, fibroids, cancer or too much estrogen or progesterone. See your doctor. ...Read more
No. Stressful times?: Sometimes events in our lives or the lives of our family and friends can affect our cycles. Perhaps seasonal events, like at school, can make a couple of periods irregular. If there is no history of stressful events but one of unusual bleeding, then a call for appointment with obgyn might be considered. At this point starting a "diary" showing date, events, time and amount of bleeding helps doctor. ...Read more
See your OB: You need to see your on to make sure you are not getting anemic and that there is no retained tissue in the uterus. ...Read more
Birth control pill: It's a combined oral contraceptive meaning that it has an estrogen and a progestin in it. The progestin tells the lining to stop growing and get mature + the estrogen keeps it from growing so little that it bleeds because it gets raw. The lining bleeds of when your hormone levels drop on the reminder pills. In PCOS the estrogen also lowers the male hormones by increasing sex hormone binding globulin ...Read more
Implantation bleed: Implantation bleeding is much more common on the internet than in real life. It occurs rarely and exclusively in someone who is pregnant. The only way to know if someone had implantation bleeding or just irregular menstrual bleeding is to wait and see if you are pregnant. If your test is positive then this was implantation bleeding. If it is negative then it is just irregular menstrual bleeding. ...Read more
Cervical or uterine.: Cervical or uterine problem such as an infection. See your doctor asap. ...Read more
If you're having heavy bleeding I would be concerned you've lost both the embryos.
With heavy bleeding that usually represents loss of progesterone which occurs if the pregnancy doesn't take.
Just for clarification: Heavy bleeding would be like a normal period amount of bleeding. I would recommend you talk to your doctor if you're having heavy bleeding. ...Read more
Anything: This could represent a hormonal disturbance or uterine pathology. See your gyn. ...Read more
Doubtful: If implantation bleeding does occur it's only minimal spotting. It is not heavy at all. ...Read more
What if I am a week later and I am experiencing spotting but no heavy bleeding?what can be the cause?
Depends: The answer depends on if there is a chance of pregnancy. If sexually active without contraception this could be due to pregnancy. If no chance of pregnancy the changes are due to hormones, which can be influenced by many factors including stress, changes in weight, medications, etc. ...Read more
Low ferritin of 9 b diet related in a female aged 35, vegetarian
But does not have heavy bleeding.
Absolutely: For most people, animal proteins are a main source of bioavailable iron. People eating a vegan or vegetarian diet should make sure that they are getting enough through eating plant sources high in iron or supplementing. Beans and dark green leafy vegetables are especially good sources of iron, eating foods rich in vitamin C or taking C along with iron supplements can aid absorption. ...Read more
I am 56 yrs old had bioidentical horemone pellets inserted.now heavy bleeding and pain still 8 months later.
What do you do when u have heavy bleeding. Going soaking pads every hour. And feel weak? Just had baby month ago?
29 year old female. TTC for 1 year. I have been having heavy bleeding mid cycle for 3 or more consecutive cycles.?
Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections ; hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
I've got heavy bleeding discharge coming from my anus. I'm not in any heavy physical discomfort. Should i be worried?
Hemorhoids?: This must be checked by a doctor asap. No reason to wait. Have it evaluated and do not wait. Hopefully this is nothing to worry about. ...Read more
Just had sex for the first time, 3 days ago. I have not stop bleeding ever since. Should i be concerned? Heavy bleeding
Coitarche : Coitarche is the term used for the first episode of coitus or sexual intercourse. Bleeding during and after coitarche is often associated with hymenal laceration. If the bleeding continues to increase you should be concerned and seek examination. It should have subsided by now. There are other causes of vaginal bleeding that may have coincided with coitarche so any persistent, abnormal bleeding should be evaluated. ...Read more