After the menstrual period ended on November 3, I went to the bathroom on November 8. I found blood on November 11, which was very small. If I didn't look carefully, I couldn't find it. When I went to the bathroom on November 12, I found a little more urine, which gradually decreased after wiping. Now I still go to the bathroom with a little. At present, there are no other symptoms. What's the problem? Is it pregnancy? Normal? The picture is the latest toilet wipe found
Even if you are pregnant at this time, you will not have symptoms due to pregnancy. On the contrary, you are a little like bleeding during ovulation. This situation is usually caused by poor rest and high pressure. You can observe it first. If you have this symptom for two consecutive months, you need to go to the hospital for examination to see if there are polyps or something, and whether you need treatment, If bleeding occurs after repeated roommates, check the cervix to see if there is a problem with the cervix
You can't find out the cause of abnormal bleeding by looking at the pictures you provided. It is recommended to go to the hospital for corresponding examination, such as gynecological physical examination, to make sure that the source of bleeding is the cervix or uterine cavity. If it is cervical bleeding, cervical disease screening, such as cervical TCT and HPV examination, is also required
This is not necessarily caused by pregnancy. Sometimes, roommates are more frequent in the short term or men's actions are rough. There may be bleeding, or it may be bleeding during ovulation. If there is a little blood, you can observe it first. There is not a lot of bleeding.
It is necessary to judge whether it is urethral bleeding or vaginal bleeding. If it is urethral bleeding, there will be symptoms such as frequent urination, urgent urination and pain. If it is vaginal bleeding, there are many causes of bleeding. As for whether you are pregnant, there is no way to detect it in such a short time. You need to continue to observe. If you continue to bleed or have discomfort, it is recommended to go to the hospital for corresponding examination.