Any unusual or untimely bleeding from the uterus and through the vagina can be called as abnormal uterine bleeding. It can happen during any time in the menstrual cycle. The common causes are pregnancy, uterine or cervical cancer, endometrial polyp, and menopause.
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Query: Hi doctor, Five weeks ago, I had a hysterectomy along with uterus, cervix and fallopian tubes. I am experiencing light pink to red vaginal bleeding after dealing with high stress at work. I just had my second follow up with my doctor. She said that my stitches are intact and everything appears nor... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Post-hysterectomy bleeding could be as a result of infection or breakdown of the vault following sexual activity. Also, it could be a normal occurrence from the wound site in which stressful activity brings about the pain and bleeding as you are experiencing. My advice is... Read Full »