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Can I be pregnant and still have vaginal bleeding? by April G. Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 12:04pm 2 Comments Yes. Up to 25 percent of pregnant women have light vaginal bleeding, or spotting, during the first trimester. In most cases, spotting is not a sign of a problem. Light bleeding in the first trimester is often caused by the implantation of the fertilized egg in the wall of the uterus. This implantation bleeding usually happens 10 days or so after ... Read on »
Bleeding...again. by Pairofmoms Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 12:00am So I woke up at 4:20 (don't ya love temping?) to take my temperature and went to the bathroom. I was bleeding like it was CD1. Hmm. I had stopped bleeding for 3 whole days. Nothing. Here is the timeline: June 15th-Miscarriage (Let's call this Day 1, just for convienence)-heavy bleeding, passing tissue, cramping Day 2, heavy bleedi ... Read on »
Lupron to prevent menstrual bleeding or uterine bleeding during cancer therapy by Mark Levin Posted Sun 29 May 2011 6:09pm Patients who are severely thrombocytopenic are at risk of bleeding and when they are female, rendering them amenorrheic is of immediate clinical benefit. Leukemic patients are often rendered amenorrheic to avoid bleeding complicaitons, if the chemotherapy itself does not do so. In endomteriosis, amenorrhea occurrs on Lupron in 74% and 98% of ... Read on »
Q&A: Popping A Girl’s Cherry: Will It Bleed? (Video) by Dan and Jennifer .. Health Maven Posted Mon 22 Feb 2010 6:00am When it comes to losing your virginity or even taking someone else’s virginity, there are often more questions than there are answers. Many teens and young adults want to know how bad it hurts the first time, if you can catch STD’s if you’re both virgins or if you “pop” a girl’s cherry, how bad it will bleed, if at all. Here’s what you want to ... Read on »
Bleeding Risk with Plavix-Aspirin Regimen May Be Serious by Medline Plus Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 4:00pm While warfarin is still riskier, doctors should weigh dangers before prescribing, researchers say Monday, November 22, 2010 MONDAY, Nov. 22 (HealthDay News) -- Risk of bleeding for patients on antiplatelet therapy with either warfarin or a combination of Plavix (clopidogrel) and aspirin i ... Read on »
FDA Allows Marketing of First Hand Held Device to Aid in Detecting Life Threatening Bleeding in the Skull–Infrascanner by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Dec 2011 3:31am The device is slated to give emergency room doctors a non invasive device  to determine likelihood of the brain bleeding or also known as an intracranial hematoma.  Having the device handy can also help determine if there is a need for an immediate CT scan but it is not a substitute for the procedure and only an aid to help determine the need ... Read on »
18:21 – The day my heart shattered forever by mycrazybipolarlife Health MavenFacebook Posted Sun 05 Jun 2011 1:27pm [I need to write all of this down. Somewhere in the 400 posts I've written I may have already told parts of this story but I have a need to write this down and get it all out. I need to spend a couple of hours writing my story about the day that broke my heart - maybe it will be therapeutic] October 2006 I was feeling really strange and ... Read on »
Off The Pill After 12 Years, No Period: Trying To Conceive, What Can I Do? by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sat 16 Feb 2013 10:03am Question Dr. Ramirez, I was on the pill for 12 years, and stopped taking it back in September of 2012 to try and conceive. I did not have a period for over 3 months, so I went to the doctor who gave me a progesterone injection. About a week later, I had light bleeding for one day. A month later, I had the same light bleeding for one ... Read on »
Skanky Tuesday: Birth Control Take Three by k2theforrest Posted Tue 26 Apr 2011 10:45am So long Sprintec, it’s been fun… except that I hate you. Shortly after that first post about my little blue pills , things got a little better. I stopped wanting to eat everything in sight, the urges to slap people in the face with (free range) ground beef subsided, and the cramping really did get a bit better. I was also surprised that I didn ... Read on »
Risks of Face Lift Surgery by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 03 Mar 2010 7:41pm There are certain risks and complications in having any surgery.  Face lift surgery is generally considered to be a safe procedure, but you should always know the risks and make a well informed decision before undergoing any type of surgical procedure. Specific Risks of Face Lift Surgery There are some risks that are specific to ... Read on »