Spotting After Period

God has made man and woman different from each other. Their organs are far different from each other. A girl when reaches in the age of puberty, starts to bleed from the vagina usually in a month. This time period is called the menstrual cycle, it may vary from girl to girl, and can be in between 21 days to 50 days. Women who are suffering from PCOD (Polycystic Ovaries Syndrome Disease) often bleed quite irregularly and usually around 45-50 days. Sometimes, periods come with severe pain in the abdomen and cause a lot of lower back pain. Spotting after the period is also a common issue in women; we will highlight this topic in detail throughout this article.
Causes of Spotting after Period:

If you are a young girl then you may react to diet, stress, temperature or any other thing, this may cause light bleeding after one week of periods. Hormonal contraception also puts an effect on your endocrine system and results in spotting after periods. The main causes of spotting after period are explained in detail below:

Ectopic pregnancy: It is also called Eccysis and refers to the complexity of pregnancy situation in which embryo develops or implants outside somewhere uterine cavity or uterus like in fallopian tubes. It happens in 01 out of 50 pregnant women, when fertilized egg remains in the fallopian tube instead of going in uterus. This causes a light vaginal bleeding and your pregnancy will only last for a few weeks usually 08 weeks. But, if you are suffering from Ectopic pregnancy, then there is a strong chance that you will get pregnant again very soon. This is a dangerous situation and you should consult your gynecologist as soon as possible.

Endometritis: An inflammation in the lining of women’s uterus is defined as Endometritis. It could be acute or chronic and causes spotting after period. It poses a great threat to your pregnancy and mostly leads to miscarriage. Chlamydia, tuberculosis, gonorrhea, sexual transmitted disease (STD) or vaginal bacteria are the main causes of Endometritis.

Pelvic Organs: Inflammation of pelvic organs is the most common reason for spotting after periods. You will feel a lack of sexual satisfaction, high blood temperature and lower abdominal pain in this situation.

Hormonal Imbalance: Often women experience changes in the menstrual cycle due to changes in hormonal levels caused by stress, hard work, etc. This leads to bleeding after periods.

Endometriosis: Often mixed with Endometritis, but this is not true. It causes bleeding from the vagina when endometrial cells travel into other organs along with blood. Dark spotting results usually in this situation.

Endometrial hyperplasia: It happens when the lining of the uterus called endometrium becomes very thick. Mostly, it results from a high level of estrogens and it can lead to endometrial cancer.
Endometrial hyperplasia is classified into endometrial hyperplasia and atypical endometrial hyperplasia, both may be simple or complex. Endometrial hyperplasia can be diagnosed using endometrial biopsy in which endometrial tissue is obtained for examination purposes. It could be treated with therapies like cyclic progestin therapy (continuous therapy), or hysterectomy.