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Constant Heavy Bleeding
I went through a long time of constant heavy bleeding months of it but last couple months nothing really..Im tired a lot and have legs and feet swellin
Anemia: Hi! i would suspect that you have iron-deficiency anemia. You can get a hemoglobin blood test and if confirmed, start oral iron replacement. Other conditions may also cause your symptoms, so it is a good idea to see an internist. ...Read more
I have been off of Depo-Provera provera for 2 months. On ortho micronor (norethindrone) now, and have constant heavy bleeding. Bad reactions to all other birth control. Help!
Abnormal bleeding: Depo Provera and micronor (norethindrone) are generally very safe methods of contraception with a lower risk of blood clots, heart attack, and stroke than many other methods. However, these methods are commonly associated with abnormal/irregular bleeding. Contact your md for options. ...Read more
I have had constant heavy bleeding for 4 months, non-stop. I had vaginal ultrasound showing unusually thick uterine lining. what could it be?
Depends on age : Depending on thick and what your age is usually helps in coming to what it could be. The endometrium thickens because of hypertrophy. Polyps can do that as well. And yes so would endometrial cancer. Sometimes other studies are needed but above all else speak to your doctor ...Read more
Had constant heavy vaginal bleeding and clotting with right sided pelvic pain for over a year. Waiting for hysterscope and ablation . No fibroids?
Good choice: An ablation is a great option for people with heavy periods who are finished having children. I assume you have had a pelvic sonogram already. Fibroids are easy to see on a sonogram. Even if you did have fibroids an ablation is still a reasonable option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have constant bright red heavy bleeding with a mirena (levonorgestrel) in place what could this be? I've been put on loestrin 24 to stop it and its not working
Could be the IUD: If you've had a recent iud insertion, it could be the actual iud itself causing the bleeding from a tear or laceration of the cervix or uterus. Give it some time and this should fix itself. If you've had the Mirena (levonorgestrel) for quite a while (over 3 months) and now have bleeding, see your gyn to evaluate for pregnancy, infection, or other causes of bleeding. You may need to have your iud removed. ...Read more
13th day of gildess fe. Extreme acne, heavy/clumpy/constant bleeding, worsened depression, cramps, no sex drive. When can I stop taking this pill?
Started new brand of pill 2 months ago. And started bleeding 2 weeks into 1st pack and had light-heavy bleeding almost constantly since.
Call Gyn: Your body did not start cycle along with the pack, and ongoing bleeding should prompt call (or visit) to Gyn for plan on how to disrupt this and get in sync. ...Read more
Okay so for the past 4 months I've had a constant non stop period , im always doing heavy bleeding. Should i be woried?
Maybe: At age 16, there can be blood disorders like von willebrand's which can be associated with heavy constant bleeding. You may want to be tested for this. There could also be a lesion in your uterus that's responsible. Lastly, it could be a hormonal imbalance. If you've been bleeding that much you could also be anemic. I would see a doctor to discuss these things, and check thyroid too. Best! ...Read more
Uterine contractions: Whenever you have a period you produce prostaglandins which gives you uterine contractions. Passing clots also forces your cervix open and therefore more pain. Ibuprofen, alleve, taken before the period begins and during bleeding could help. If nothing works, see your doctor. ...Read more
6 weeks pregnant?: Or postpartum? Either way, NO! If you are cramping and bleeding and you are pregnant, you may be miscarrying. Time to get to the hospital. If you are alone and getting dizzy or is severe pain, call 911. It is possible on occasion to have life threatening blood loss during a miscarriage. You will need a pelvic ultrasound to look at the uterine contents. Please get help. Call OB now. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Subjective: Usually described by physicians as having to change a pad more than every 1-2 hours, passing large clots, change from your previous pattern, needing overnight protection, soaking through clothes, etc. ...Read more
See your Doctor: You need to find out what's causing it , to know the best way to stop it. ...Read more
On primulot for heavy bleeding. How long does it take for it to stop the bleeding altogether. Have had 5pills.
5-10 days: I would expect the bleeding to stop between 5-10 days. ...Read more
Didn't have a cycle in 4 months now it finally came. . Now I can't stop bleeding heavy.. been 3 weeks with heavy bleeding?
Common but monitor: Usually if you skip periods you can have a heavy bleeding period as the lining of the uterus is shed. However because of the heavy bleeding and skipping periods your hormones are altered as well as the natural means of stopping the bleeding. See your doctor for either reassurance and making sure you are not anemic or getting birth control periods to stop the bleeding or even some cases a D and C ...Read more
I had protected sex 10 days ago and i started heavy bleeding through the day but bleeding goes away and starts again in the day what could this be?
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