Vaginal bleeding refers to the discharge of blood from the vagina. It can occur at various times in a woman’s life, and the causes of vaginal bleeding can vary.
Regular vaginal bleeding is a normal part of the menstrual cycle in reproductive-age women. It typically occurs monthly and is a result of the shedding of the uterine lining.
Hormonal Changes and Birth Control:
Infections and Inflammation:
Uterine and Cervical Conditions:
Trauma or Injury:
Normal Menstrual Period:
Miscarriage or Ectopic Pregnancy:
Placenta Previa or Abruptio: