pseudomenstruation

pseu·do·men·stru·a·tion

(sū'dō-men'strū-ā'shŭn),
Uterine bleeding without the typical premenstrual endometrial changes.

pseudomenstruation

[-men′stro̅o̅·ā′shən]
bleeding from the uterus that resembles menstruation but is not associated with the usual changes in endometrial tissues.

pseu·do·men·stru·a·tion

(sū'dō-men'strū-ā'shŭn)
Blood-tinged mucoid vaginal discharge occurring during the first week of life as a result of the withdrawal of maternal estrogen.

pseudomenstruation

(soo″dō-mĕn″strū-ā′ shŭn) [″ + L. menstruare, menstruate]
Bleeding from the uterus not accompanied by the usual changes in the endometrium.

pseudomenstruation of the newborn

Withdrawal bleeding after birth, a scant vaginal discharge that reflects the physiological response of some female infants to an exposure to high levels of maternal hormones in utero.