Period after menopause

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Avatar f tn i had a period that lasted for 16 days after missing them for about 3 months,after that they came again in 2 weeks,lasted for 7 days, and since then they have been comin like every other week, lasting for about 4 days , what can be the possible cause, or is it signs of menopause?
Avatar n tn HI, After menopause the levels of hormones necessary for conception and for maintenance of the pregnancy are low and hence the chances of pregnancy are slim. However rare cases of pregnancy have been reported after menopause. Hope this helps.
Avatar f tn HI, Any bleeding after menopause is not a good sign. This needs to be checked by a gynaecologist. It can be because of local causes like cervical erosion, polyps etc. Also the possibility of cancer needs to be excluded by doing the necessary tests. Consult your Doctor. Hope this helps.
Avatar n tn I am 45 years and I have been experience menopause for about 4-5 years I have not had a period since last july. but on oand off I have tryed hrt treatment for about 3 months, after stopping , I had a period. I am off it now. I would like to know. If I could get pregnant. I have been practiing unsafe sex for the last 2 years. and I have not been pregnant. Am I safe. can I still get pregnant. Will my sex hormones return after the menopause.
Avatar f tn I was told I have and enlarged uterus do to fibroids, does these fibroid shrink after menopause, and how long does it take for the to shrink, I was told that my uterus is the size of some one four months pregnant.
Avatar f tn did not get period since 9 months irregular periods over 3 years age 42 now. had unsafe sex 5 days back . am i pregnant.
Avatar f tn My gyn says that no period for ONE YEAR = menopause. You are very close to that milestone. Fibroids are supposed to lessen after menopause but you may not be at that advantage point yet. Ovarian cysts are a possibility...they can still occur after menopause although it doesn't make any sense since ovulation is supposed to be over. Maybe something goes terribly wrong with the final ovulation cycle. I don't think even the doctors understand why it happens, only that it does.
Avatar n tn It was really a crazy time. Then I hit true menopause which is when you've gone an entire year without a period. Lordy, the night sweats and hot flashes were unbelievable. I wake up so hot, it felt like I was on fire and I'd toss all the blankets off..........then because I'd also been sweating buckets, I'd soon get chilled to the bone and back would come the blankets. This would sometimes go on all night and I was exhausted.
Avatar n tn Hi I'm 37, and have been menopausal for 3 years or more, I'm currently on bio-identical hormonal replacement, estrogen (under tongue) progesterone (applied on my skin) and the Vivelle patch, I started bleeding and got off the patch, but now I'm having a regular period for the last 3 months what is going on ??? HELP!!!!
Avatar m tn Hi I have premature menopause I got 2 periods 28 days apart after not getting any at all for a long time. I thought yay I'm back to normal again but my dr an endo said it is not uncommon for a woman to get a couple of periods at the end of menopause post menopause I think they call it.
Avatar n tn I am 40,Never in my life ihad a problem,my periods were always on time,but this is since 4 mnths my periods are irregular,this time my periods have continued for a month,still not stopped,i went to gyn,she put me on provera,it didnt wrkd,no w she put me on yasmine,light birth control pills,its been 3 days,still i am bleeding,she have told me once period stops come for biopsy.i am worried losing lot of blood is not suggest me any cure for this.
Avatar m tn I am a 50 year old women just starting menopause, is it normal to have all the symptoms of starting a period, like breast swelling, bloating, weight gain, and then it just goes away after a few days, but with no bleeding.
Avatar f tn Looking ahead however, it seems likely that once menopause is completed ( no period for one year ) that the symptoms will improve. I think that many people in the throws of the peri-menopause feel out of control! Just try to remember that it is temporary! You might do better treating symptoms such as hotflushes with progesterone rather than estrogen. Don't completely write of anti-anxiety medications such as Paxil or Buspar too! Hang in there! Good luck!
Avatar f tn In the United States the average age of menopause is said to be 51. Women are considered to be in menopause when they have gone one full year without having a period. Often the hormones begin to fluctuate several years before menopause in the pre-menopause or perimenopause phase. Some women experience no symptoms or some have many such as hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, depression, anxiety, insomnia, fuzzy memory, aches and more.
Avatar f tn I have been having hot flashes and having only one period once a year but I am spotting blood everyday. I was wondering if spotting blood everyday is normal when going through menopause? Thank you!
Avatar m tn I am 40 and have no children. Last year, my FSH level tested at 30.6 (post-menopausal 23.0-116.3) while my Estradiol level was 42 (post-menopausal <or+27). I was told I was going into menopause yet my periods have been regular this whole year until this week and now I have had my period for two weeks. I have had other odd symptoms and they have me scheduled for a CT Scan this week. I feel that the past few years I have been having trouble with my memory and I feel like I am not myself.
979826 tn?1389039958 ok i know this is a strange question coming from me, but how early can menopause come?
Avatar n tn They seemed to help the hot flashes for a period of time. The hot flashes then came back, and after trying numerous hrt, without success, I decided to wait it out. Now six months ago, the hot flashes have become quite bothersome again. I am up 5-6 times a night, and they also happen numerous times during the day. My question to you is, why would the symptoms of menopause worsen with time instead of improving. And also, can hormone replacement make your hot flashes worse.
171791 tn?1358217981 In the mornings I feel as though my body is going to start shaking uncontrolably. I havent had a period in 2 yrs and I have had the blood test in which it showed I am going through menopause. I am 49 and feel like I am having a nervous breakdown. I have to work and am finding it harder and harder to get through a day.
Avatar n tn I've been "post-menopausal" based on blood test results for two years. I had one light period 18 months ago, and last February and March I had two "periods" that were just a few days of brown spotting. Since then, nothing. I experience feeling absolutely horrible -- symptoms come and go but when they come they last for months at a time. The most disconcerting are balance issues, and very weak legs. I have a hard time just standing up long enough to make dinner.
Avatar n tn Hello Dear, Yes dear you should consult to your doctor. Because it may chance that you may hit the menopause. So try to consult your doctor as soon as possible. Take lots of vitamins in your diet and do regular exercise this all will help you out. Take care dear.
Avatar n tn Fsh levels say 56 dr says its menopause, i have no menopause symptoms other than high fsh levels. could it be something other than menopause?? high levels is all hes goin by, says some women have no symptoms, anyone havin this problem?????? by the way i have been trying to concieve and DO NOT want this to be menopause.
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Avatar f tn I have been going thru menopause for 1 1/2 yrs, I was put om premilin .
Avatar n tn Endometrial Cancer Symptoms The most common symptom of endometrial cancer is abnormal vaginal bleeding after menopause. Up to 20% of women who have abnormal bleeding after menopause will have cancer.3 Abnormal bleeding in women older than 35 who have not started menopause may also be a symptom of endometrial cancer, though this is less common. In rare cases, an unexplained abnormal vaginal discharge may be an early symptom.