Is light bleeding after my period abnormal?


Light bleeding after a period is considered to be abnormal bleeding. Abnormal bleeding is any bleeding outside of the normal bleeding during menstruation. This can last a few days, weeks or even months. It should be examined by a doctor because certain disorders can present themselves in light vaginal bleeding. Cervical and ovarian cancer, uterus infections and vaginal infections can all have the symptom of light vaginal bleeding with or without cramping. A normal period may last for a few days up to as long as ten days for some women.
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