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Weird Bleeding

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 17, 2006
  • 08:26 AM

if your on ur period but ever since, every day you feel that the vagina hurts? and say 4 days into the period, you notice that somewhere on the vagina, (i think somewhere between the labia majora and the clitoris) there's small spots of fresh blood (like when you dab a cut)... and a few days later, you look and see that it is only certain place that is bleeding and it still is the fresh blood colour?

what's wrong? was it accidently injured? and will it heal in a few days? every day it irritates a few times though.. I don't think it's caused by the period

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  • If the bleeding really is from a cut and not leaking from the vagina as with a normal period, it needs to stop. Uncontrolled bleeding can be dangerous. It doesn't sound like it's so much that you're in immediate danger, but if it doesn't stop within a day, I would call your doctor's nurse for advice. You can also go into an urgent care clinic to see about it. Don't be embarrassed. It's better to find out it's nothing or not what you thought than to risk a dangerous situation. No one reading your post can be sure there isn't a problem. It doesn't really sound like a serious problem unless there is excessive, persistent bleeding that is not from your period, but it's always better to be safe than sorry. Health care professionals can put the pieces of the puzzle together better than we can sometimes.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • December 17, 2006
    • 08:35 AM
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  • today is officially a week for the period so there's no more period.... but i still have that bleeding. how do i make it stop?
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • December 17, 2006
    • 07:17 PM
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