I get vaginal bleeding after having alcohol. Why?
I recently just got off of my period. I have it on time every month and keep track of it closely. More and more often when I drink I will bleed out of my vagina, not my urethra . I dont drink often, maybe every Saturday, if that. This past Saturday was the first time I had drank in 20 or so days....
Vaginal bleeding when drinking alcohol. Why is this so?
Hi, recently I have noticed that any time I drink alcohol, I get vaginal bleeding . It s not my period, as it is fresh, bright red blood , and only lasts a day or so at a time but I was wondering why this is? I am currently on the contraceptive injection and due to its side effects my periods...
What could cause vaginal bleeding after sex 10 yrs after hysterectomy?
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Causes for vaginal bleeding after colonoscopy
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Can acidity cause vaginal bleeding?
I recently had my period and the bleeding almost stopped since a couple of days. I am having severe acidity pain in the stomach and back since the past 2 days, and today I saw the bleeding reappeared. I had irregular periods in the past. I want to know that if this bleeding is related to the...
Hello, I'm 12 weeks pregnant and the last 2 day I'd been in the toilet i had blood in the toilet paper after the excretion. Is it serious?
I hope you are not bleeding per vaginally. Per vaginal bleeding will need medical attention at the earliest. Perhaps the blood was related to hard stool, fissure and local causes which are not very sinister.
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