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CHERRYLYNN18
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2/20/13 2:41 P

Thanks. I trust my gyno's opinion. She said that my change in BC (from three months ago) might be to blame. I explained that it didn't really start until the exercise became a regular thing with me and she said it was just mechanics. I will just wait and see what happens.

Thank you again.



ARCHIMEDESII
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2/20/13 1:23 P

Cherry,

I'm glad you've talked to your OB/GYN. it's always good to talk to a professional about things like this. Occasionally, I have experienced some bleeding after intense workouts. My doctor didn't seem concerned either so I haven't been worrying about it.

If you do a google search, many women seem to have similar experiences. You might find these articles helpful.

www.livestrong.com/article/375688-can-exer
cise-cause-breakthrough-bleeding/



www.runnersworld.com/running-tips/ask-coac
hes-vaginal-bleeding



www.buzzle.com/articles/spotting-after-exe
rcise.html




BERKANA_T
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2/20/13 1:15 P

I have a bad tendancy to tell off doctors who tell me something is 'normal'. If it was normal for me, I wouldn't be asking about it. And normal for one person is not the same normal for the next.

I second the suggestion to ask your doctor for clarification. And if you're still not comfortable or confident with his answer, then get a second opinion.



DRAGONCHILDE
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2/20/13 12:25 P

Is it time for your menstrual cycle? Anywhere near it?

If you don't trust your gyno's answer, you are entitled to ask for an explanation and a second opinion.



CHERRYLYNN18
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2/20/13 11:21 A

I have been exercising REGULARLY for about a month and a half now. I have also been bleeding vaginaly for as long too. On my rest days I have little to no blood. I talked to my gyno who said it is part of mechanics and said it's normal. This just doesn't seem right. Does anyone else have this issue? Any tips to make it stop?

I usually do cardio (usually walking) for 25 minutes and yoga for 15-20 minutes. Both are done in home with on demand from Gaiam.



 
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