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Re: Vaginal Bleeding

PostPosted: 16 Dec 2012, 18:48
by Ted
All vaginal bleeding after menopause is abnormal and should be evaluated by a health care practitioner or doctor. Vaginal bleeding after menopause can result from gynecologic disorders, such as fibroids or polyps, or from complications of hormone replacement therapy. :? :D :cry: :idea:

Re: Vaginal Bleeding

PostPosted: 16 Dec 2012, 18:52
by Zara 11
Vaginal bleeding after menopause refers to any vaginal or uterine bleeding that occurs after a woman has gone through menopause. Menopause can be express as having experienced a period of 12 consecutive months without a menstrual period. :D :) :o :shock:

Re: Vaginal Bleeding

PostPosted: 16 Dec 2012, 18:55
by Derick Sam
In some cases of life, abnormal vaginal bleeding may be a symptom of a life-threatening condition that should be immediately evaluated in an emergency setting. For instance; fainting or change in level of consciousness.

Re: Vaginal Bleeding

PostPosted: 16 Dec 2012, 19:05
by Zara 11
The menstrual period is controlled by two hormones: estrogen and progesterone as you can know. After menopause, the production of these hormones declines substantially. Those women who are on HRT may sometimes experience vaginal bleeding after menopause. Women with thyroid disorders may have hormonal imbalances that can result in vaginal bleeding after menopause. :? :D :cry:

Re: Vaginal Bleeding

PostPosted: 16 Dec 2012, 19:07
by Peet
Symptoms that may occur along with abnormal vaginal bleeding include malaise or lethargy, rapid heart rate (tachycardia) and unexplained weight gain or loss. :( :o :shock:

Re: Vaginal Bleeding

PostPosted: 16 Dec 2012, 19:11
by Derick Sam
Your health care provider will determine the cause of your abnormal bleeding through a pelvic examination and other tests. :D :) :( :shock:

Re: Vaginal Bleeding

PostPosted: 16 Dec 2012, 19:14
by Zara 11
It is always necessary to seek immediate medical care from your doctor if you, or someone you are with, experience severe or uncontrolled bleeding accompanied by a fast heart rate. If you experience vaginal bleeding after menopause, seek prompt medical care. :? :cry: :idea:

Re: Vaginal Bleeding

PostPosted: 16 Dec 2012, 19:17
by Derick Sam
Change in bowel movements, constipation, fever and chills, general ill feeling, irritability and mood changes, malaise or lethargy, rapid heart rate (tachycardia) and unexplained weight gain or loss are symptoms that may occur along with vaginal bleeding after menopause. :cry: :? :D

Re: Vaginal Bleeding

PostPosted: 16 Dec 2012, 19:18
by Peet
Vaginal bleeding after menopause may accompany other symptoms including abdominal pain or cramping, abdominal, pelvic, or lower back pain that can be severe, fatigue and pain during sexual intercourse. :? 8-) :lol: :x

Re: Vaginal Bleeding

PostPosted: 16 Dec 2012, 19:20
by Ted
Vaginal bleeding after menopause can occasionally be a sign of a serious or potentially life-threatening condition. I fully agree to this because a lot of women experiencing menopause life have not being easy for them. In most cases they easily get angry uncontrollable especially those set of women who have not giving birth. :evil: :twisted: :roll: