Any unusual or heavy bleeding through the vagina during or between your periods is called irregular or abnormal bleeding. Bleeding that lasts for more than seven days or spotting can be considered irregular bleeding. The common causes include uterine polyp, fibroids, pregnancy, thyroid dysfunction, cervical infection, and cancer.
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Query: Hi doctor, I am 40-years-old. Having periods alternate months one month is for only one day, and the following month there is heavy bleeding, and the cycle lasts for more than ten days. Ultrasound is normal. I took Ashokarishta thyronorm 25 mcg latest level was two. I have a two-year-old daughter wh... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq. com. There are several causes for irregular period. Inflammatory pelvic disease, polly cystic ovarian cyst, uterine fibroid, emergency pills, hormonal changes or other unknown causes are responsible for irregular or heavy bleeding. So once complete history and ultrasound abd... Read Full »