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spotting problem
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juliet - September 17

heavy spotting or period is one of the most common causes of ill health in women. menopause is an obvious underlying reason for this.

 

noreen - September 18

i agree juliet, spotting simply indicates menopause. but still, i recommend you visit your gynecologist to identify the cause of spotting.

 

may-anne - September 21

vaginal discomfort due to spotting cannot be stopped, but you can treat the problem if you see your doctor. spotting is not a long-term problem and can be cleared quickly in most cases.

 

trixie - September 22

spotting is often leftover tissue from your previous period from what i remember my doctor told me. just get some bed rest and raise your feet above your head. i know it doesn't sound convincing but i have tried this and my spotting stopped.

 

sheena - September 23

usually a birth control pill helps you stop spotting. but If it’s an ongoing problem then you may need to ask your doctor's advice.

 

jackie - September 25

i have heavily spottings between periods. do i have to be alarmed? i don't feel any pain but somehow it bothers me.

 

janine - September 25

if it is botthersome and affects your daily activities then you should see a doctor. i don't think it's normal to have heavy spottings between periods. i actually never heard of this before.

 

imee - September 29

normal menstruation occurs on average every 28 days. so anywhere from 21 to 35 days between periods is considered normal.

 

trixie - October 16

been experiencing spotting between periods since my younger years. i have it checked once and the doctors says it's totally normal. since then, i haven't opened this up with my doctor anymore...

 

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