5 times vaginal bleeding is not normal

5 times vaginal bleeding is not normal

For most of us women, blood doesn’t usually faze us, correct? We mean come on, most of us have to deal with periods on a regular basis and it will take a lot more than just blood to freak us out. However, there’s a catch. Blood down there is only normal when it comes during our periods. But, when it comes when it is not supposed to…well that isn’t good news and you should consult your gynaecologist as soon as you can. Many women experience some kind of blood discharge in between their periods which is commonly called spotting. Mostly it is not a cause for alarm. But having said that, it is best to consult a doctor in such a scenario just to be on the safe side.

Here are 5 times when bleeding down there isn’t normal and you should consider visiting your doctor. 

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Bleeding in between your periods:

If you are experiencing vaginal bleeding that is not a part of your menstrual cycle, more often than not it needs medical attention. It can be something as harmless as spotting but it can also be the symptom of something as serious as cancer. No, we are not trying to freak you out, nor are we saying that every case of abnormal vaginal bleeding should be attributed to cancer, but it can be one of the many reasons. A host of reasons may be responsible for vaginal bleeding in between periods including hormonal abnormalities, STIs, UTIs, and many more. So the underlined fact is if you’re experiencing vaginal bleeding in between your periods, don’t turn a blind eye to it and visit your gynaecologist as soon as you can.


Bleeding while you’re pregnant:

Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy can seem very intimidating or scary. However, it need not always be a cause for alarm. It can be due to an infection, hormonal change or many other reasons which do not necessarily pose any threat either to the mother or to the baby. In fact, bleeding during the first trimester is quite common as many women experience spotting or bleeding in the initial few months of their pregnancy. However, having said that, if you are experiencing bleeding during pregnancy and it is more of bleeding than spotting, you should definitely consult your gynaecologist because bleeding during your pregnancy can also be a sign of miscarriage or something equally serious. So if you’re experiencing something similar, don’t think twice before consulting your doctor.


bleeding while pregnancy


Blood in Your Urine 


You know it is definitely not normal when you bleed while peeing. The phenomenon of blood being present in your urine is called hematuria. Hematuria can occur when part of the urinary tract, which includes the kidneys, bladder, and ureters, sustains damage or becomes irritated. However, blood in urine can also appear owing to Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs), kidney stones, or a condition called Endometriosis which occurs when tissue similar to the endometrium — the lining of the uterus — grows in areas of the body outside of the uterus. In some rare cases, blood in urine can also be a symptom of cancer. All of these conditions call for immediate medical attention. So, spotting blood in your urine calls for consulting your doctor as soon as you can. 

blood while peeing

Bleeding during Menopause 


Menopause is the time that marks the end of your menstrual cycle and also indicates a decline in the reproductive hormones once a woman crosses her 40s and 50s. So technically speaking, post menopause no woman should experience vaginal bleeding in their menopause since they will not be going through their menstrual cycle. So, if you are experiencing vaginal bleeding in your menopause that means, it is something which is not normal. Postmenopausal bleeding is usually due to benign (noncancerous) gynaecological conditions such as endometrial polyps. But for about 10% of women, bleeding after menopause is a sign of uterine cancer.


 bleeding during menopause


Bleeding during Sex


It is sad to see that many women consider bleeding during sex as being something normal or expected. However, we are here to say it is absolutely not. Sex is a beautiful experience and shouldn’t be accompanied by any kind of pain or bleeding. If you are bleeding during sex, it can be due to a host of reasons like Cervical inflammation, Vaginal dryness, cervical polyp or even cancer. So no, reiterating the fact that bleeding during sex is not normal and if you are experiencing this, it is time for you to consult your doctor. 


blood while intercourse

Imbue Firefly lubricant

We just mentioned how bleeding during sex is absolutely not normal and one of the primary reasons behind the same is vaginal dryness. Sometimes, your body may not react how you want it to. Even though you might be highly aroused, you may find it difficult to get wet down there and that vaginal dryness might cause some wear and tear which can contribute to vaginal bleeding. Enter Imbue Firefly lubricant. It is an all-natural lubricant made with the goodness of freshly distilled herbs that are boiled, to concentrate their steam, which is then cooled and collected to create a wonder potion for partnered sex as well as self-pleasure. Intimate wellness and comfort are always kept above all, therefore our Lubricant is a safer, cleaner and non-synthetic product that is free of petroleum, alcohol, parabens and silicone. What makes it even more appealing is that It comes in a natural strawberry flavour.


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So, hey experiencing abnormal vaginal bleeding? Time to consult your doctor immediately

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