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... meno bleeding should be investigated to rule out anything serious. ... (3 replies)
... I was dealing with postmenapausal bleeding for a couple of years. Finally, after several transvaginal pelvic us, an endometrial bx, a round of progesterone, I had a hysteroscopy in May. ... (5 replies)
... I am 57 and stated menopause at 53. Have not had a period for 4 years. The other day I had a watery discharge, just came pouring out. A couple hours later I started to bleed. ... (5 replies)

... Hi Leah17, Sorry to hear what your going through...hope my story will help. I'm 56 yo and was experiencing postmenopausal bleeding, very light, off & on for 2 + years. My gyn told me that any bleeding after menopause is abnormal & needs to be evaluated. So, here's what I ended up going through. I had a transvaginal ultrasound that showed a slightly thickened endometrial... (4 replies)
... Well, I am new to this place and thought I may find comfort here. About a month ago noticed some slight spotting after 2 years post menopause. Was not sure where it was actually coming from so made an appt with primary dr. ... (4 replies)
... Hi there, It isn't normal and you should see your doctor asap. In the UK, post menopausal bleeding (PMB) is treated as serious, until tests confirm that it's not cancer. This is because if a uterine cancer is caught quickly then it is relatively straight forward to treat and the survival rates are very high. That means that it is worth testing and scanning all women... (4 replies)
... If a woman is over 30 and has post coital bleeding/ bleeding after menopause, etc, thenshe needs to get to the doctor. One of the things they need to check is the cervix. More specifically, the endocervical canal. They can do this by doing an ECC (endocervical curettage). Bleeding doesn't just come from the uterus. It can come from the cervix. Paps only scrape the outer... (2 replies)
... needs to see a doctor. The bleeding could be coming from the cervix, not the uterus. ... (1 replies)
... year old woman, post meno. ... (2 replies)
... If you read the thread "post menopause bleeding" that I started "RightfootMary" you will see what happened to Kate49. The original post was so long and old I started another one. ... (13 replies)
... or bleeding after menopause and almost every case has ended up being nothing serious. ... (2 replies)
... It sounds like she may not have gone through menopause yet since that is defined as no bleeding for a full 12 months. ... (1 replies)
... Exactly 3 days after that stopped, I started bleeding again, again moderately heavy and lasting 12 days. ... (1 replies)
... Get it checked. I had the same problem and have endometrial cancer. Never let these things lie. (5 replies)
... Thanks for the reply...my mom died of cervical cancer so it made me a little nervous...although I was told that is not heredity... (5 replies)
... Thanks...makes me feel better..funny how blood makes you think cancer...still will get it checked but thanks for the reply!! (5 replies)
... hi, yeah I've had this happen twice. what my OB/GYN was had me have one of those internal ultrasounds (where they insert device inside) to make sure there's nothing going on. I was fine both times. Cathy (5 replies)
... i too had bleeding after 2 years and 9 months, went had a biopsy and a pap and blood work, dr called told me the pap and biopsy was normal and i was thru menopause not sure what caused me to bleed (4 replies)
... Hi everyone, I'm a newbie. Like many here, I probably never would have come to the boards if something wasn't scaring the crap out of me (and I'm in school to be a NURSE)! I'm 32 years old. Never had a child. Type 1 Diabetic since I was 11. Not overweight, no history of PCOS Don't smoke Don't drink (don't even drink caffeine). (0 replies)
Thickened uterus
Nov 9, 2011
... If she bled very badly for 5 hours and had unusual pain in her hips, she should go to the ER immediately to check it out in case there is something urgent going on there. Didn't the ob/gyn do the ultra sound or any ct-scan? What was he doing scrapping there? The cyst? There have to be some proof about the growth. If things are growing, then there are procedures to take off the... (2 replies)


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