Signs You Might Be Ill #8: Bleeding Between Periods

The woman's 'time of the month' comes with plenty of its own symptoms, many of which can make like during that 4 to 10-day window VERY uncomfortable for the women. Bleeding is just one of the side effects of period, but the bleeding should stop by the end of menstruation. However, occasionally women will experience bleeding in the middle of their menstrual cycle, between periods. It will rarely be little more than spotting, but it's still a cause for concern.   [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Source:[/caption] While cancer is not the only thing that can cause between-period bleeding, this is a problem you should always bring up to your OB/GYN. They will want to test to ensure that you don't have endometrial cancer (cancer in the lining of your uterus). Note: If you have already gone through menopause, there should be NO bleeding at all. If you notice even spotting, it's essential that you get checked out immediately. It could be a sign of cancer that's best not to ignore.  
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