What is atypical genital bleeding?

Atypical genital bleeding means irregular genital bleeding which has no relationship with menstruation. Except for intermenstrual bleeding (ovulation bleeding), most of atypical genital bleedings are pathologic ones. In the field of obstetrics and gynecology, atypical genital bleeding is the chief complaint that is most frequently seen. For diagnosis of such bleedings, it is important to locate the site of bleeding and identify the underlying cause. In general, it is recommended that atypical genital bleedings should be classified into two types: gynecological bleeding which has no relationship with pregnancy and obstetric bleeding associated with pregnancy.

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