Spotting

Your periods are over or have not arrived yet, and you have mild bleeding? This is called spotting. Where do these slight bleeds come from and should we worry? We take stock of the spotting.

What is spotting?

Behind this English term meaning task lies an event that affects many women: slight bleeding occurring outside the period of the rules. Less abundant than during your menstrual cycle, these bleeds are painless and usually darker in color.

If the bleeding is frequent and abundant, it is called metrorrhagia, and it is advisable to consult a doctor.

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- Metrorrhagia: bleeding outside the rules
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