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Vaginal bleeding between periods. History of vaginitis, drinker. Reasons for excessive bleeding ?

I constantly have vaginal bleeding between periods, sometimes it s bright red and sometimes dark red/brown. I ve been treated twice for vaginitis in the past few months with little success. I thought maybe the bleeding could be due to my excessive drinking. I drink on average about three drinks a day. So two days ago I stopped drinking but I m still having this bleeding not constantly but every other day or so. I don t have health insurance and can t afford to go to the doctor. Could the bleeding be due to excessive drinking and if so will it cease on it s own?
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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Welcome to HCM.
It is called irregular bleeding most likely due to hormonal disturbances.
Stress,diet and of course alcohol may affects it.
Definitely you have to stop drinking alcohol.
You have to start haemetinics,multivitamin,b12 and hormonal treatment under guidance of your doctor.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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