Women’s Health and Pregnancy

Milky White, Yellow Breast Nipple Discharge, Not Pregnant

PuzzledCompletely Asked : It has been 11 years since I had my child and when stimulated I still get discharge from both nipples. It comes out both clear and sticky and sort of yellow/whitish milky – both fluids  come out separately from the individual pores and sort of resembles what I remember the colostrum looking >> Read More ...

Causes of Menstrual (Period), Abnormal Vaginal Blood Clots

Diagnosing vaginal bleeding with the presence of clots first depends on whether the bleeding is normal or abnormal. Normal vaginal bleeding relates to the periods (menstruation) and while any other bleeding may be considered abnormal, there may be a little blood after surgery to the vagina, cervix or uterus, or after an >> Read More ...

Headache and Constipation

Health Conditions With Headache and Constipation Any headache can be followed by constipation, because the pain limits your activities, and when you reject food. On the other hand, constipation may be followed by headache, because of stress, dehydration and hunger (due to avoiding food). Headache and >> Read More ...

Vaginal Bleeding After Hysterectomy (Surgery)

A hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus, with or without the fallopian tubes and ovaries. Post-operative vaginal bleeding after a hysterectomy can be a potentially serious complication which may require a blood transfusion and further surgery. The vaginal bleeding can occur immediately after or within a few >> Read More ...

Brown Vaginal Bleeding

The color of vaginal blood is usually expected to be a bright to dark red  and a brown vaginal bleed may be concerning since it is not the norm. Brown vaginal blood, either light or dark in color, usually indicates that the blood is not fresh and has been contained in the vagina or uterus for a period of time before being >> Read More ...

Menopause Bleeding

Vaginal bleeding after menopause is not an uncommon occurrence and there may be the odd instance of abnormal vaginal bleeding which should not be a cause for concern. This post-menopausal bleeding is usually mild spotting or a light flow that lasts for a day or two. If it is a heavy flow, persisting for a long period of >> Read More ...

Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding, Periods

Vaginal bleeding may be considered as abnormal under the following circumstances : Bleeding between periods in a woman with a regular menstrual cycle. Vaginal bleeding after sexual intercourse. Profuse, frequent or prolonged bleeding at the time of periods. Bleeding before the age of 10 years (vaginal bleeding in a child). >> Read More ...

Low Breast Milk Supply

New mothers are often concerned about their breast milk supply. A common fear is that breast milk production will be insufficient to meet with a newborn’s nutritional needs. In most cases, a mother’s breast milk supply will be adequate and will not hamper the baby’s growth. However many nursing mothers do >> Read More ...
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