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... I am scheduled to have back surgery and so I had to get a bunch of tests done.... after I got home I noticed some dark blood had passed.... they said there is blood in my urine... waiting to hear from the doctor.... but they did send me the report.. ... (0 replies)
... induced menopause at 45. My breast cancer was when I was 38, but the chemo made my periods sputter here and there until they stopped cold in 2003. Now, 5. ... (7 replies)
... s there to make the lining remain when pregnancy occurs. So this person thinks maybe Progesterone is the culprit. I kind of sank in my seat because I never had fibroids before and here I am 5. ... (7 replies)

... Thank you --- I see that I am not alone with a post-menopausal fibroid! I've read that you don't have to have them removed if they aren't causing symptoms that are too unpleasant so you should be ok unless you start having them. Thanks for letting me know I'm not alone! (7 replies)
... fibroid. I was surprised, because at that time I had been about 6 months without a period. Now, I have been 2 years without one. I thought that we wouldn't have fibroids or cysts after menopause, but I read recently that the hormonal imbalance after menopause can CAUSE cysts and fibroids. ... (7 replies)
... scharge so she just thought it best to get everything out and biopsy it. I know that she thought the ovary looked "very benign" when she removed it, she told me after I woke up from the surgery. ... (7 replies)
... You may therefore want to use progesterone cream only under the guidance of a medical professional to be sure you are using it properly. If you are going off it after using it, I believe you need to wean yourself off of it rather than stopping cold turkey. ... (7 replies)
... I imagine it all has to do with hormones. Were you put on synthetic hormones when you went into menopause by any chance ? ... (7 replies)
... Right before I stopped my periods for good I had a problem with ovarian cysts and follicles. I had at least 4 endovaginal ultrasounds that should have shown the fibroids if they were already there. I've also never had a pelvic where the doctor could feel a mass, and I am good about getting checked since my Mom had breast cancer. ... (3 replies)
... Sorry for this surprise! I've read that fibroids usually develop before menopause but they tend to have a growth spurt just before menopause. Could it have developed shortly before menopause when hormones are "all over the place? ... (3 replies)
... mine did after menopause. I was advised to have a hysterectomy but opted out. I had 3 fibroids. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Diane, Great to hear that your doctor is on top of everything and that the cyst was removed. Thanks so much for the tip about salty and spicey foods .. really stupid but I never even thought about my diet as it related to my moods during hormonal change (well DUH). Take care. Estria (7 replies)
... It's a personal decision, I would like to wait it out and hope they disappear or shrink after I'm done with my periods. Hope this helped. ... (4 replies)
... I had premature ovarian failure at age 33 and have had no periods for 15 years. For all that time i have been on HRT called climesse.I have started bleeding every day for the past month with no previous bleeding. I have been to the doc and he is arranging an urgent appointment with a gynaecologist. The thing is I had CIN 11 cervical dysplasia treated at age 20 then had normal... (1 replies)
... She is 52 years old, and hasn't had periods for over 2 years. Just yesterday, she started having one again. Last year during an ultrasound, the dr found three fibroids in her uterus, one large, two small. The dr said that there was no need to operate. ... (84 replies)
... Then there's the diarrhea that comes on every so often, and a lack of appetite where I have to make myself eat, even though after a couple bites, I feel full. I'm not overweight. ... (2 replies)
... I wouldn't worry too much about the fibroids if they're aren't too big. They tend to have a growth spurt during perimenopause and then typically shrink after menopause. If they're causing heavy bleeding, all the more reason to go with BC. ... (1 replies)
... us. Results were 3 fibroids and 1 polyp. ... (3 replies)
... th. Or it can be a gradual build up just when you think your menses will end and you start gushing for days. Flooding commonly accompanies the woman with uterine fibroids as she transits into menopause. ... (13 replies)
... just putting this out there. Normally, I start my period about 48 hours after the last active pill in a pack. This month, I did not start until 4 days after. ... (0 replies)




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