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Vanishing Twin Syndrome Vaginal Bleeding
Heavy, unpredictable: Generally speaking, anything that's out of the "ordinary.". Heavier menses that is consistent (e.g. More than about 3 months straight), bleeding in between cycles in the absence of hormonal manipulation and bleeding after sex are some examples. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had slight bleeding but no pain or clots. Was told it was miscarriage could it be possible vanishing twin syndrome?
Probably not: however, you could ask your doctor to check your serum HCG levels if you wanted to rule this out. ...Read more
See doctor: You should see your doctor for evaluation and management. ...Read more
Get seen, FIND cause: A common cause of menorrhagia (excessive bleeding) is 'hormone imbalance' but cancer must be ruled out with exam/pap smear/possible endometrial biopsy. An ultrasound can look for fibroid tumors of the uterus which can also contribute to excessive bleeding. If all tests are normal then a trial of hormones ('the pill') or an ablation may dramatically improve your bleeding.Hysterectomy is last resort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A few things: The most common cause of foul smelling vaginal discharge is bacterial vaginosis. This is an overgrowth of normal vaginal bacteria. It is treated with antibiotics. Retained tampons also cause a foul smell. STDs like trichomoniasis are another cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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