Was it late? Do you think you could be having a miscarriage? If it continues, I'd get to the doctors or the emergency room asap.
The color of menstrual blood tends to vary during the course of a period. It gets darker near the end of the period, when the blood gets older, or if it is not being expelled fairly quickly. If your period is bright red, it simply means it is quite fresh and is leaving the body … Read more
Long periods occur around the menopause and are due to hormonal imbalance. There can other reasons like fibroids. You need complete examination with your medical history to the the exact problem. Do consult the doctor.
As you're probably not going thru the menopause at your age, its clear that something is wrong. It could be fibroids (as above) or it could be that you weren't `cleared out` properly after your section. You need to see a doctor about it, least of all because bleeding like this puts you at risk … Read more
You did not specify what age you are, so it is difficult to tell whether you have started going through the menopause or not. If you are not at the right age to be going through the menopause, this should not be happening and you should book an appointment with your doctor as soon as … Read more
The normal periods range is 1-7 days. If it is more than 7 days, it is abnormal. It causes anemia which you might be feeling. The continuously 21 days periods can be due to polyps, fibroids or tumor in uterus. I advise you for a ultrasound with trans vaginal probe.
I've Been On My Period For A Month And A Half, Its Getting Heavier Now And Ive Noticed Small Clots What Could Be The Problem. How Do I Get The Bleeding To STOP?
I know this is kinda an old post but go to your gynecologist, they will do an ultrasound, put you on birth control and maybe iron.. That's what they did to me. They will make sure you're not anemic. I'm still on mine, and still trying to figure out why this is happening.