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    Vaginal Bleeding Treatment

    Call 911 if you are NOT pregnant and have abnormal vaginal bleeding with:

    • Light-headedness
    • Fainting
    • Skin that appears unusually pale

    • Light-headedness
    • Fainting
    • Skin that appears unusually pale

    If you are pregnant, see Bleeding During Pregnancy Treatment.

    1. See a Health Care Provider

    • Call for an appointment with a health care provider. While many causes are minor, others can be serious.

    2. Monitor Symptoms

    • Keep track of your menstrual cycle to report symptoms to a doctor. On a calendar, take note of the dates and length and amount of bleeding (light, medium, heavy, or spotting).

    3. Follow Up

    WebMD Medical Reference

    Reviewed by Nivin Todd, MD on November 25, 2015

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