Our Symptom checker provides clinical advice on what to do next based on your symptoms.
Bleeding gums and dental bleeding
Bleeding from your gums or any other type of dental bleeding can be caused by a dental procedure, an injury or gum disease. Find out what to do.
Rectal bleeding that does not occur at the same time as a bowel movement should be investigated by a health professional. Learn more about rectal bleeding here.
Vaginal bleeding isn't always related to menstruation. It can also be caused by infection or injury.
Vaginal bleeding after sex
If you have any vaginal bleeding after sex you should visit your doctor or family planning clinic. Any bleeding from the vagina after menopause should be checked by a doctor.
Vaginal bleeding self care
Trusted information about vaginal bleeding self care can be found on this page.
Vaginal bleeding caused by infection
Trusted information about vaginal bleeding caused by infection can be found on this page.
Bleeding between periods
Vaginal bleeding between periods is not unusual, but should be checked by your doctor if it happens more than once or twice.
Rectal bleeding treatments
Rectal bleeding is a symptom of haemorrhoids (piles) and anal fissures. Lifestyle changes can soothe the condition, however you should see your doctor for further advice.
Bleeding after menopause
Bleeding after menopause is usually nothing to worry about, but you should always have it checked out by a doctor. Learn about possible causes and what to do next.
Cervical cancer symptoms
The symptoms of cervical cancer aren't always obvious and it may not cause any symptoms at all until it has reached an advanced stage. Find out what are the symptoms of cervical cancer.
Haemorrhoids vary in their severity from person to person. Many people experience no symptoms or very mild symptoms that disappear after a couple of days. Find out about symptoms of haemorrhoids.