Spotting Between Periods
It can be a little scary when you notice traces of bleeding between periods, especially if your cycle is pretty regular.
Did you know?
What is spotting?
So what exactly is it? Well, spotting is light bleeding from your vagina which can happen between periods. You might see a few dots of blood on your underwear, but don’t worry – just see your OBGYN to be safe.
What are the reasons for spotting between periods?
When you first start your periods it can sometimes take years for them to fall into a regular pattern, so this may mean you experience spotting in the meantime. And when approaching the menopause, your periods can become irregular and unpredictable, leading to harmless spotting. Any post-menopausal spotting, however, is a reason for concern.
How can you deal with spotting between periods?
So those are the causes, but what can you do about spotting? Well, once you’ve worked out why it’s happening, use a liner (such as one from Saba® Pantiliners collection) to protect your clothing. Perhaps also keep some handy in case the spotting recurs. Stay comfortable and clean by showering twice a day and wearing fresh underwear afterwards. And then just get on with whatever you’re doing.
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The medical information in this article is provided as an information resource only, and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. Please consult your doctor for guidance about a specific medical condition.