All You Need To Know About Bleeding PV
Uterine shedding that causes menstrual bleeding in women.
An affected person might experience bleeding between periods, a period that lasts longer than usual, heavier bleeding during the period, or bleeding after the person has stopped having periods. 
- Requires a medical diagnosis
- Lab tests or imaging are often required.
- Can be related to trauma or other assaults
- In most cases, it leads to cancer
Local non-uterine causes can cause bleeding PV in women. Abnormal vaginal bleeding can be related to the reproductive system or some reactions to certain medications. When a person has reached the menopause stage, subsequent Bleeding PV can be a significant cause of concern and should be evaluated soon. Abnormal vaginal bleeding can relate to any issue that is conditioned with the reproductive system (a gynecologic condition) which occurs due to certain medications as well.
Ages affected - Between 20 - 30 - Fewer; between 30 - 40 - more often; 40 and above - most often.
Symptoms may include severe pain in the lower abdomen with abnormal blood loss. Sometimes, the illness can also affect the perfect conditioning and working of the liver and the kidneys or the thyroid glands.
People may experience the following:
Pain areas â€“ Lower abdomen, liver, and kidneys.
Excessive bleeding â€“Heavy blood loss
Cysts formation â€“ Polyps growing on the lining of the uterus
Self Care: For excessive bleeding or pain in the lower abdomen, massaging the abdomen with one hand can reduce the pain.
Medications: For cysts formation, drugs and hormone-releasing agents can be helpful.
Specialists: For other kinds, consult a gynecologist. With mfine, you are in the right hands as our services and offers are always at your doorstep.