Is vaginal bleeding with no cramps normal?

Lucky. Sure, it can be normal, and just consider yourself lucky to not have any cramps when you are menstruating.

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I have been having vaginal bleeding for the past three weeks, with no cramps just sharp pains under my navel once in a while.

Time to see doctor. Bleeding for three weeks is not normal and you need to be evaluated by an in-person examination. It would be prudent to see your doctor as it is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without additional history and physical examination. Read more...

Does fingering cause your vaginal bleeding and cramps?

If might cause . Bleeding if the person's fingernails were long or jagged. Cramping might occur if the digital penetration was overly forceful/ aggressive. Read more...

I had unprotected sex Saturday night and woke up Sunday morning with vaginal bleeding and cramps. It's been 4 days now Should I be worried?

Possibly. Bleeding and cramps most likely your period and not related to unprotected sex the night before (assuming non-traumatic sex). However you put yourself at risk for sexually transmitted diseases and HIV. You should go to your doc and be tested for STDs and HIV. How well do you know your partner? Has he/she been tested for STDs or HIV? . Read more...
Sex. If you had sex near the start of your period and it was "rough" then this may have caused the start of menstruation. Read more...
Vaginal irritation. Visit a gynecologist for an evaluation to determine if you have be over stretched, have an infection, are pregnant, or have other problem. Learn about birth control techniques, and STD prevention. There are immunizations against common sexually transmitted disease you might find interesting. Read more...

Had colonoscopy yesterday and now am having vaginal bleeding and leg cramps what could this be?

Irregular bleeding. Irregular bleeding is very common and in most cases it resolves on its own. A slight cycle disruption after a surgical procedure is not likely to be a cause for alarm. Monitor the bleeding and see an Obgyn if it does not resolve. Read more...

Heavy vaginal bleeding with cramps. Doctors say its a fibroid. Recent ultra sound shows no fibroid. I have done 3 d/c What can it be?

Vaginal bleeding. If the ultrasound was negative then fibroid unlikely cause. I would get back with your provider. You may find the following article worthwhile. http://www.aafp.org/afp/2004/0415/p1915.html. Read more...