Top 20 Doctor insights on: What is the best treatment for vaginal bleeding in newborn
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
Few Q-tips worth: Probably 1/10 infant females will have a small amount of menstrual blood as early as the 4th and seldom later than the 10th day after birth. It is seldom more than would cover a few q-tips. This is due to withdrawal of pregnancy hormones which stimulate the baby uterus. Many more will have a mucousy sticky discharge. It should be a one time event. ...Read more
Normal event: Probably 1/10 infant females will have a small amount of menstrual blood as early as the 4th and seldom later than the 10th day after birth. It is seldom more than would cover a few q-tips. This is due to withdrawal of pregnancy hormones which stimulate the baby uterus. Many more will have a mucousy sticky discharge. It should be a one time event. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do do? Vaginal bleeding for 2 months. HPV 16 diagnosis 8 months ago but no communication from dr, treatment against bleeding doesn't seem to help.
Many!: There are many treatment options! But first u need an evaluation to find the cause. Probably need a sonogram, some labs/tests, and also rx depends on whether or not u plan to have more children. Some options (which may or may not work for u depending on what's causing ur pain) include: ocps, a Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud, other medications, an ablation, laparoscopy, or hysterectomy (last 3 r surgeries). ...Read more
I have vaginal bleeding for almost one year. But there is no pain. What self treatment can be done?
Find the cause: First a cause of this problem must be identified before any treatment advice can be given. ...Read more
Post coital bleeding can be due to several reasons and you should have it checked, I will list the conditions which can cause that
7vaginal yeast infection
8 polyps in uterus
9fibroid tumour in uterus
so have it checked with your gynecologist or family physician. ...Read more
Yes it can: You should see your doctor and have an ultrasound exam of the uterus to determine why you are bleeding so. ...Read more
I can't afford a gyn I need to see one for my abnormal vaginal bleeding, hospitals don't do anything for me. What can I do?
County Health Clinic: Go or call your local state or county Health Department. ...Read more
I'm on cetalopram can I take norethisterone? (I have heavy vaginal bleeding 3 weeks now, I don't know why, GP don't know and don't send me to a specia
I have abnormal vaginal bleeding and my cycle isn't even near to come on. Plus itching and burning. .. What does this mean? Help
Could be many things: See your gyn tomorrow for an evaluation as you want to r/o pregnancy, assuming that is neg, your hormones could be out of balance or you may have a problems with your uterus and you may have a vaginal infection, so your gyn can do an exam, blood work, vaginal cultures and an ultrasound to see what the problem is. ...Read more
I'm hysterectomized +surgical menopause + plus sexually inactive. Yesturday vaginal bleeding. Today I 't all ok. Should I see a gynaecologist? Thanks
I have been having vaginal bleeding for a week after my boyfriend fingered me heave, I'm scared because my period isn't for another 2 weeks!?
Trauma: If the bleeding was specifically linked to the manual foreplay, and you have been bleeding for a solid week, then there must have been some trauma to the vaginal wall or cervix. This might represent a small tear that will likely heal on its own, but it should be examined. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Haven't had a period in years started taking contrave for weight loss and notice vaginal bleeding after one month of starting contrave is this normal?
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
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