Apr 23, 2019 · Abnormal vaginal bleeding is any vaginal bleeding unrelated to normal menstruation. This type of bleeding may include spotting of small amounts of blood between periods — often seen on toilet tissue after wiping — or extremely heavy periods in which you soak a pad or tampon every one to two hours for two or more hours.
Bleeding between periods isn’t a normal part of the menstrual cycle. The average cycle lasts 21 to 35 days.Normal vaginal bleeding, also known as your period, can happen for a few days to a week.Author: Mary Ellen Ellis.
Sep 29, 2017 · Vaginal discharge. Abnormal vaginal bleeding. A sore, ulcer, rash, or lump that appears around the vagina, vulva or anus. Pain when you have sex or pain when you pass urine. The most common infections causing vaginal discharge are chlamydia, gonorrhoea and trichomonas.Author: Dr Laurence Knott.