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Is It Normal To Have Vaginal Bleeding After Menopause
Discharge: Vaginal discharge is abnormal at any age. It is often a sign of a vaginal infection. If the discharge is bloody, pathology of cervix and uterus has to be checked for. Your gynecologist is best qualified to evaluate, advise and treat you for your discharge. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Absolutely!: One of the more common and aggravating problems after menopause are vaginal changes. Decreased estrogen causes dryness and thinning of the vaginal skin. The muscles can also get weak. Symptoms a dryness, sometimes itching, pain with sex and even urinary incontinence. Lubricants can help. Topical estrogen is also appropriate if symptoms are especially annoying. Good luck. ...Read more
Common problem: vaginal bleeding is a common problem due to the diminished estrogen hormone present. Estrogen normally maintains the vaginal lining. With decreased levels, the lining is thin and prone to irritation. The friction of intercourse can cause bleeding of this thin lining. Urinary bleeding can be confused as coming from the vagina. vaginal infections can also cause bleeding due lining irritation. ...Read more
Vaginal sensitivity: after hysterectomy, there is decreased estrogen hormone levels. This hormone normally maintains the vaginal lining. When it is diminished, the lining is friable (thin and unprotected). It can bleed from the friction of intercourse. Infection can also make the vagina friable: bacterial vaginosis from the changed acid-base balance (pH), yeast, trichomonas. Also urinary bleeding can be mistaken. ...Read more
Could be: If you are experiencing blood when you wipe after anal stimulation, this could be from irritation of the anal lining, a small tear in the lining (called fissure), or irritation of existing hemorrhoids. If you are speaking of vaginal spotting after anal stimulation, it is likely unrelated. If your symptoms worsen or persist, and you are concerned, please visit your doctor. ...Read more
Yes, absolutely: Yes, it can be present for several days. ...Read more
Bleeding can occur: During the first trimester. Please let you obstetrician know promptly. ...Read more
No: The treatments for chlamydia are excellent and all symptoms should clear up within a few days. After that, there shouldn't be any kind of "vaginal problem" or other symptoms. See your doctor if the problem continues. ...Read more
What causes post menopausal vaginal bleeding to continue to occur after stopping taking spironolactone?
Bleeding: Post menopausal bleeding should be evaluated by a gyn. ...Read more
I'm hysterectomized +surgical menopause + plus sexually inactive.yesturday vaginal bleeding.today I 't all ok. Should I see a gynaecologist?thanks
Vaginal bleeding for several weeks, then break of two weeks, then restarted for several more. Could this be linked to coming up to menopause?
It doesn't: There is no connection with this medicine and post menopausal bleeding. ...Read more
It can be: Some women will have some irregular bleeding after taking Plan B or one of the other emergency contraceptives. However, it can also be implantation bleeding from a new pregnancy. Its probably time to see a gyn to clarify which it is and talk to him/her about birth control options for you. ...Read more
Unrelated: This is most likely unrelated, unless of course you had a transvaginal approach at one of the few centers in the us doing it this way. Stress of anesthesia and surgery could disrupt regular menstrual cycles. I you think something is wrong however, call your surgeon or primary care - they'll take the call. Best of luck. ...Read more
Please ask the doc: Who delivered you, who should have explalined all of this to you before you left the hospital, you can have lochia for up to 4-5 weeks after sometimes less, sometimes more but as you get further out form delivery it should become less. ...Read more
I had unplanned sex last night and i woke up to vaginal bleeding and my vagina is tighter then normal?
Injury? Cervicitis?: Maybe an injury if "unplanned" implies sex was vigorous or poor lubrication, and trauma would fit with "tightness". However, bleeding after sex can be inflammation of the cervix (cervicitis), including STDs (e.g. gonorrhea, chlamydia, or trichomonas). And your topic tags show STDs are on your mind, so for sure see your doctor or perhaps a public health STD or Planned Parenthood clinic. Good luck! ...Read more
I started Paxil (paroxetine) 20mg 3 days ago. Now having unusual vaginal bleeding. Is this a normal side effect? Will it go away?
I been constipated today but I will like to know why I get a little pain like im ovulating and get vaginal bleeding, is this normal?
After vaginal bleeding due to hymen breakage, is it normal to have foul odor something that i'm not used to?!? I had an unprotected sex.
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