Can heavy periods be a symptom of infertility pregnancy?
If you experience excessive bleeding that continues for several days and you also notice the passing of blood clots, this can be a sign that you suffer from what is called menorrhagia and you must consult your GP to try to find the cause of the problem. As a result of losing a lot of blood, you may also have become anaemic (21) and feel permanently exhausted, so your doctor should arrange for a blood test to be done to check your iron levels. Menorrhagia can also be caused by:
These conditions are common causes of infertility (see pages 18-19 and 22) and require conventional treatment.
Whatever the reason for menorrhagia, good nutrition, regular exercise, and certain complementary therapies, such as acupuncture, can help to alleviate the symptoms (see Steps 5, 6, and 8).
Gt Is mid-cycle spotting or bleeding something to worry about pregnancy?
Yes, it may be, as it is not usually normal to have bleeding between periods. This may have a variety of causes, including uterine fibroids, polyps, infections and, occasionally, cervical cancer. Consequently, any such bleeding should be reported to your doctor. It is also very important to make sure that your smear test is up to date. Your GP may suggest rechecking your smear, and may also take swabs to check for infections. Further investigations may then be required to find the reason for the bleeding. If, after further tests, no cause can be found, then for some women, light bleeding or spotting is a normal occurrence and may be linked to fluctuating oestrogen/progesterone levels around the time of ovulation. This should not impact on your ability to conceive and can be a sign of a highly fertile time in your cycle.
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