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Abnormal bleeding from vigina

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  • Posted By: abgbka
  • August 15, 2008
  • 02:50 PM

I am a lady of 30yrs and i have been bleeding from the vigina since April, I dont know what to do!

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  • try seeing a doctor; you need an ultrasound and a biospy of your uterus..
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies
    • August 15, 2008
    • 05:45 PM
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  • I had this problem for far too long. My periods would last for as long as two weeks and I would bleed sometimes in between my periods. I felt like I was always bleeding. I knew something was wrong when I started bleeding every time I had sexual intercourse. I went through a batteryof tests and it turned out that I had two tumors in my left ovary. My doctor scheduled surgery to remove them and when he went in discovered that the ovary was just badly damaged so he ended up removing the whole thing. Now I don't have a period at all. I've went from one end of the stick ot the other. But I feel much better and I have a lot more energy. You lose so much energy when you are bleeding all the time. Be persistant with the doctors. Don't let them off the hook. Bleeding all the time is not regular and you don't have to suffer in silence. Make sure you let them know exactly what's going on and if they can't find anything after all the testing then exploratory surgery is also an option.
    OdorMystery 6 Replies
    • August 25, 2008
    • 07:45 PM
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  • http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/forum.asp?articlekey=24746 You should see your gynocologist
    qwertyuiop123 453 Replies
    • August 26, 2008
    • 00:37 AM
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  • go and see your doctor about this.. if he cant help, get referal to gyno. Leaving this issue you will probably end up anemic and it could be something serious eg cancer can cause bleeding.. it's probably not that thou. You really need to go and see doctor.
    taniaaust1 2267 Replies
    • August 26, 2008
    • 06:35 AM
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  • I got my period on the 29 of sept, 2008 and have had for nine days, then it stopped for 4 days and i started bleeding again i thought maybe i was having a miscarriage so my husband took me to the er there they drawed 5 tubes of blood out of my arm everything came back fine and i wasnt pregnant, they give me 20 pain pills and sent me on my way. Five days after this i was still bleeding so my hubby took me back to the er again to see if they could do anything to help me out, they took 5 more tubes of blood out of the same arm still everything came back good, went for an ultrasound, and more blood work 3 more tubes i will not find out about that until 10-31-08 that is when i go to the docter again. I was just wondering if there is any female out there that has gone threw this if you could give some info one what my body is tring to tell me. Please fill free to email me tazdevil72@embarqmail.com
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 28, 2008
    • 00:26 AM
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  • Here's my shot in the dark: Are you on any birth control abgbka? I had an experience with depoprevera (the shot) that caused excessive bleeding. My periods started getting longer and longer. Eventually I was having SIX MONTH LONG periods with about two weeks in between where I wasn't bleeding. I became severely anemic. So if you are on any form of birth control, you may want to try switching.
    amayameda 6 Replies
    • October 31, 2008
    • 03:52 AM
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  • Oh you poor thing, I went through that for years. It effects your quality of life so much that you should do something about it now. I had a similar story as another women that responded. I didn't have tumors, I had many cyst, and endometreosis. It will require a laperoscopy to find out what's going on usually, but it's worth it. If you only have bleeding and no other symptoms the dr may just do a D&C, that's when they scrap the lining of the uteris to help it "start over". DO NOT take birth control to try and stop the bleeding. If a dr trys to use that as a resolution go to a different dr, because that is like putting a band aid on a broken arm. Good luck, and remember that if you don't take care of this you can put yourself at risk for becoming anemic from blood loss. Uhhhh I remember all that like it was yesterday.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 31, 2008
    • 04:46 AM
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