Does your menstrual cycle last in between 28- 32 days? Then you have a healthy cycle.  A healthy menstruation cycle usually lasts between 21 and 35 days. During this, you will experience bleeding up to three to seven days. Most spotting after the period is normal. As long the cycle is stable you need to stay cool and satisfy.

There are a lot of women who go through spotting after periods, however; it is good to consult a doctor if at all you go through heavy bleeding. This indicates other health issues. There is various kind of causes which increases spotting in women after periods below discussed are some main issues which women go through due to increasing spotting or bleeding during the menstruation cycle.

However, you should consult your gynecologist or doctor if you notice heavy bleeding because it usually indicates an underlying health problem.

Top 6 Reasons of Spotting after Periods

Reasons why you are spotting after periods

There are so many factors that can affect that how you feel after and during your menstrual cycle. Likewise, there can be different causes of noticing any light spotting after completing your period cycle.

  • During sexual intercourse
    A very rough sex can make women spot. Any trauma to the vagina or cervix can cause bleeding after periods. This usually causes some pain and resolves in few days.
  • Fluctuating period in young women
    After your fist period, the period may come very early or late. It may be lighter than normal like spotting or sometimes heavy.
  • Expelling old endometrial tissues
    During menstruation, not all endometrial tissues may be expelled out of your womb. These remaining endometrial tissues may come out as brown discharge after period.
  • Vaginal infection
    Vaginal infection that affects women can cause bleeding after periods. It can occur any time after your period ends. Common infections experience by women is yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis or sexually transmitted infections like gonorrhea and Chlamydia.
  • Insertion of intrauterine contraceptive device (IUD)
    Copper or hormonal intrauterine device can cause women to bleed during the first 9 months after insertion. Bleeding may be heavy or light.
  • Birth Control pills
    During the first few months on a pill, you may notice spotting sometimes. As your body adjusts to these synthetic hormones, it usually stops by 3rd to 9th month. Any spotting on the pill may not be a problem just yet.

How to deal with Spotting after your periods?

There are some things you need to monitor to prevent bleeding after your periods. Here are few tips by which you can deal with abnormal spotting.

  • Take doctors advice and start taking birth control pills.
  • Check your PAP smears
  • Control the intake of aspirin
  • Maintain healthy weight
  • Change your birth control methods
  • Keep your stress under control
  • Record your menstruation cycle


When should you see your doctor?

It is a good idea to contact your doctor if you notice heavy vaginal bleeding between periods. Many women experience spotting at some point or other in their lives, some may have heavy and some may have light. But, if you have heavy spotting which continues more than a week, you should see your doctor immediately. Also, visit the hospital if have a sharp pain in the pelvis with bleeding.

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