Top 20 Doctor insights on: Excessive bleeding from hemorrhoids
Need to know cause: Abnormal uterine bleeding has many causes and a new classification called palm-coein (for polyps, tumors, cancer, bleeding disorders and ovulation dysfunction, here is a very nice faq from the american college of ob/gyn and up to date http://www. Acog. Org/~/media/for%20patients/faq095.Pdf? Dmc=1&ts=20121102t0938387438 and http://www. Uptodate. Com/contents/abnormal-uterine-bleeding-beyond-the-basics. ...Read more
Speak to your doctor: This is a relatively common complaint that women have. The answer involves multiple possibilities including gynecological causes (more likely) and blood issues. I would recommend contacting your gynecologist first. She/he will need to exam you before recommending other tests. If those are unrevealing, a referral to a hematologist is reasonable. I hope this is helpful. ...Read more
U Have Options: Depends on cause of heavy bleeding. Need evaluation and sonogram. Non-surgical options include: birth control pills. Lysteda (non-hormonal rx taken during period), Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud. Minimally invasive options: endometrial ablation (in-office), hysteroscopy polyp removal or fibroid resection; and only if these treatments fail then consider hysterectomy - vaginal or laparoscopic if possible. ...Read more
I had my daughter january 31st and today im having excessive bleeding with clots should I go to hospital?
Yes: Sounds like you should go and get evaluated. Good luck. ...Read more
What to do about excessive bleeding during menstrual cycle? I soak through heavy and even overnight pads
See your physician: There are a number of things that need to be done. You need to make sure you aren't anemic. Thyroid testing might also be helpful. An ultrasound of your uterus can rule out benign fibroid tumors. If all of your testing comes back normal, oral contraceptive pills can be prescribed to decrease your heavy bleeding. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been experiencing excessive bleeding during my menstrual cycle during the last couple of months. Is that normal?
I had excessive bleeding during intercourse, but I can't see my gyno for two weeks. What precautions should I take till then?
Several things: I would encourage you to take a hand mirror and view the vaginal area looking for any irritated areas or traumatized areas superficially. Also I would encourage you to avoid further penetrating sexual activity as it may very have a deeper traumatized area of the vaginal vault/walls or even cervix that may require some time to heal. If you continue to bleed heavily go to urgent care, don't wait! ...Read more
Just diagnosed with adenomyosis & endometriosis. Having excessive clots and excessive bleeding with severe pain. Is this normal?
Should not: In the disorder nf (neurofibromatosis) there can be neurofibromata that grow different locations all over the body. If located in a position of chronic irritation, may result in bleeding. They are nerve tumors, but can be located near blood vessels. Most are quite benign and do not need treatment. ...Read more
My paragard IUD fell out I'm not having excessive bleeding not in pain either what should I do and why?
Birth control: I'm assuming that you wanted to paragard for birth control protection. If it's falling out and you're having sex you need to think about what you would want to do for pregnancy prevention. You could put another iud in or you could consider another form of birth control. Make an appointment with your doctor right away to discuss this. ...Read more
Female Fertility: I am not understanding your question in any way. To get pregnant a female must be ovulating and be exposed to fresh semen. How and what does bleeding have to do with that very well known truth about men and women and sex? Do you mean heavy vaginal bleeding post intercourse? Do you mean heavy bleeding for her normal period? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
LEEP: I recommend that you get back to see the physician who performed the procedure. You should have their contact information. In the meantime, avoid anything strenuous. If you cann contact the doctor then go to the emergency room if you are filling a pad in less than an hour. ...Read more
Blood Clotting: I am assuming that the bleeding is most likely stopped by now, but prolonged bleeding following an extraction can occur due to many things: 1) daily Aspirin takers which increases a patients clotting time, 2) increased infection in the area which increases bleeding upon extraction and 3) decreased clotting time due to medications or unknown medical issues (which will need blood tests to determine) ...Read more
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