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I have vaginal dryness and itching the last day of my period, and for a few day after that. Why, and what is it? Should i switch to cloth pads?
Skin reaction.: Sanitary pads are often made with chemicals that are used to absorb moisture and so i'm not surprised that you might have been experiencing dryness in that area. Cloth could be a good idea or anything more natural/organic. Alternatively , you can try tampons or use birth control to decrease the amount that you are menstruating. ...Read more
I had my menstruation irregular period.I only see blood cloth with blood sometime with brown, while i go to urinate but nothing on pads, why is it so?
I have had my period for 15 days. Flow has been light to med. Today I have bled through my tampons ,pads and clothing twice in two hours. I am 51. ?
See Ob/Gyn: Heavy bleeding like this at age 51 may signal something more than "just" a period. You should see an Ob/Gyn ASAP and find out what is going on. There are many possible causes: Fibroid tumors, Uterine Polyps, and other causes, including pre-cancer of the uterine lining. Best wishes! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to soak through a pad hourly to your clothes the first cycle after having a baby. My son was born october 28?
My boyfriend and I had a dry outer course with our clothes on a few days back. I was wearing a safety pants and a pad as well. Will I get pregnant?
When I pee,then go to stand up more pee comes out. I have to wear a pad so it doesn't leak on my clothes.whats going on?l
Urinary Incontinence: Please seek medical evaluation for this.Get a more detailed answer ›
My period started and I woke up at 5am and I was gushing blood. It went through my pad and my clothes and got on the bed. Why did this happen?
I am hemmorrhaging a lot from my uterus. Stood up yesterday and bled through a fresh pad, through clothes & on floor. What do I do?
See Gyn ASAP: Any heavy or abnormal bleeding after the age of 35 needs to be evaluated. If you are in menopause age, it's even more crucial since your risk of hyperplasia (pre-cancerous) or cancer is higher. See a gyn asap so you can undergo an exam, labs for anemia, and a biopsy to evaluate for cancer. There are many non-cancerous reasons for your bleeding but it's important to rule out the dangerous first. ...Read more