Whats abnormal 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.
Vag Bleeding. Abnormal vaginal bleeding has many possible causes. By itself, it does not necessarily indicate a serious condition. http://www.webmd.com/women/tc/abnormal-vaginal-bleeding-topic-overview#1.

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Why am I having abnormal vaginal bleeding?

Many possibilities. Without more details about your past medical history and current description of the bleeding it is not possible to give you a specific answer. A visit with your gynecologist to discuss further is needed as well as an exam. The possibilities include medications, hormonal changes, changes inactivity or lifestyle, benign cysts or tumor a of uterus or cervix, infections, allergies. Read more...

What can cause abnormal vaginal bleeding?

Struct / functional. Basically three possible general reasons -

1) There is something structurally wrong with the uterus that is keeping it from controlling its bleeding (i.e. fibroids, polyps)

2) the hormonal signaling between the ovaries and the uterus is not going right, leading to "dysfunctional bleeding", despite a structurally normal uterus

3) your blood is not clotting correctly. Read more...

I am experiencing abnormal vaginal bleeding.

Non-specific input. You haven't told us how the bleeding is abnormal. Please let your parents know as medical evaluation might be indicated. Read more...

Why abnormal vaginal bleeding? I'm in menopausa.

Not menopausal. There are literally dozens of reasons for abnormal bleeding. These include hormonal, anatomic, medications, infections, etc. You need to review your history and specific characteristics with your doctor to determine exactly what is causing your abnormal bleeding. Read more...

What does it mean if my daughter has abnormal vaginal bleeding?

She is normal. Usually teens have irregular periods for the first 2-3 years. If she is having periods more often than every 21 days or bleeding for longer than 7 days at a time, you should see her doctor to make sure everything is ok and discuss treatment options. Read more...
Age of daughter. In infants& toddlers vaginal bleeding can mean trauma, retained foreign body or rarely a uterine problem (i've seen cancer in the age group). If hard to localize specificly to the vagina, a kidney stone could produce enough blood to think it comes from the vagina. In pubertal teens, they often have wide variations in their frequency, duration & amount of flow the first year & might later. Read more...

I am experiencing abnormal vaginal bleeding.

Abnormal bleeding. If bleeding is particularly heavy, lasts for longer than 7 days or has happened over more 3 or more cycles- please consider consulting with your physician or gynecologist. I see that you are 50 years old - perimenopause can cause changes with menstrual bleeding. Take care. Read more...

I have abnormal vaginal bleeding, what to do?

See doctor. I would bring your calendar indicating the days you had bleeding the past 6 months and schedule an appointment with a gynecologist. Read more...