Dysfunctional uterine bleeding is a medical term used to describe a condition when there is any vaginal bleeding that is almost different from normal menstrual bleeding. This condition is also called anovulatory bleeding and is caused due to imbalance of the sexual hormones. There are many factors that cause this imbalance, and one common factor is the use of certain medications like birth control pills, Warfarin, or hormonal agents.
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Query: Hello doctor, I have recently had the bar inserted in my arm and have had side effects weeks after. I was wondering if these side effects are normal or are something to look into going to the doctors for. For two weeks, my period has not stopped, with the past week my flow has been fairly light and... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. You are having a continuous bleeding problem. For that, you need to find any underlying specific cause, if present. It is advisable to investigate with USG pelvis and pelvic examination for primary work up. If all comes normal then investigate further with serum FSH, LH... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor, I have been trying to conceive since 9/11/2014, which is when I stopped birth control pills and started prenatal vitamins. My cycles before BCP (Birth Control Pills) were always regular, about 30 days +/- 1 day with a 7 day period. And on BCP, my cycles were always 28 days, with a 5 da... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. This could be ovulation bleeding. Usually it may take about 6 months to conceive after stopping the birth control pills. But your cycle has become irregular after stopping the pills and it is difficult to predict the ovulation time now. If spotting does not sto... Read Full »