Bleeding on ovulation

Bleeding during ovulation

Bleeding on ovulation is different from menstrual flow. The color of Ovulation Bleeding varies from pink to red, and usually lasts 1 or 2 days.

If bleeding occurs in 2 weeks, may be due to lack of ovulation and may be due to irritation of the cervix or polyps in the cervix. A clinical and ultrasound examination (ultrasound image) of the pelvic organs can confirm the cause of bleeding at ovulation.

The exact cause of bleeding during ovulation is not clear and could be due to emerging follicles. Hormones can produce around 20 follicles that contain an immature egg, and of these only one follicle matures.

It is during this process of maturation and rupture of the follicle that is the pain or bleeding. Few women feel uneasy by bleeding as a symptom of ovulation. Severe bleeding or prolonged during ovulation is sometimes symptomatic of certain gynecological diseases, including endometriosis. It is wise to consult a doctor because if left untreated can affect health. Also, if the bleeding is heavy during ovulation or lasts more than 3 days should consult a doctor or health professional.

Women with regular menstrual bleeding can differentiate between ovulation bleeding and bleeding of menstruation. If periods are irregular, or there is uterine bleeding, then you are not ovulating regularly. A physical examination of the uterus helps detect causes of abnormal bleeding. An ultrasound or hysteroscopy can detect if there are fibroids, polyps or other problems. During hysteroscopy can remove polyps for examination and take a sample of the lining of the uterus.

Remember that bleeding during mid-cycle is not a symptom of menstruation. If bleeding ovulation is accompanied by severe pain or discomfort should start to worry. Take precautions and get medical help before the problems escalate further.

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