I came off my period I had sex I woke the next day I bleed alittle then stopped the same day. The next day I had sex and I woke up again and had bleed alittle and had stopped. It s now been two weeks ...
. I had to take midol because i was having cramps during all 6 days, could midol cost this bleeding ... heavy bleeding , which is a little wierd because the bllod today is very bright red color, and i wasnt ...
become normal and bleeding duration become 3 days , but now again from 2 month my periods disturbed , last time black color bleeding with very low quantity , even pads didnot spotted , and now during my ...
during bowel movements.There is always alot of dark blood in the toilet that will actually stream or leak out of my rectum , hardly any when wiping. The bleeding lasts 3 consecutive bowel movements over ...
External haermoid. Bleedingduring stool. Difficulty in walking and sitting, some stretched blood vessels protruding from the rectum, which is itchy. Pls advise
hi welcome to hcm
for hemmoroids treatment is surgery only
but to berelieved of pain you can use smuth ointment which has to be placed in your rectum and you can use stool softeners suchas looz lotion till you get a surgical opinion
Hi...clavam can take duringmenstruation?
hi, clavam contains amoxicillin and clavulanate potassium which belongs to pencillin group of antibiotics. It is not contraindicated duringmenstruation, so u can take them safely but with a prescription from a doctor. It is indicated in various types of infections like dental abcess, acute UTI, H pylori infection etc. Please remember if u are allergic to pencillin dont take these. Regards
Is it normal to have a menstruation twice after delivery..??
Following delivery, you can get mild to moderate vaginal bleeding or discharge 4 to 6 weeks. If you are on breast feeding, then you would not get your period usually.
You may proceed one follow up visit for overall check up and pelvic examination to rule out underlying causes. Kindly consult with gynecologist. Good luck.
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