Why am I bleeding after I’ve gone through menopause?
Postmenopausal bleeding is vaginal bleeding that occurs after the menstrual period stop after menopause, usually don’t experience any bleeding. However, this is not always the case.
There are three reasons why bleeding happens after menopause. First, the most common causes are inflammation and thinning of the vaginal lining. This is also called atrophic vaginitis, or the womb lining endometrial atrophy, and this is generally caused by the lower levels of estrogen. Our hormones either are declining through this transition life and estrogen affects so many things in a woman’s body.
Number two, cervical or wound polyps. This is another reason that you may experience bleeding. When you’re going through perimenopause and menopause, and these growths are usually non-cancerous. You might go see your gynecologists and if they’re bothersome, they’ll probably recommend to have them removed or.
Number three, and this is for about 10% of women bleeding after menopause is a sign of uterine cancer or endometrial cancer. Uterine cancer is the most common type of reproductive cancer, and it’s more common than ovarian or cervical cancers.
So if you’re experiencing bleeding, it’s really super important to differentiate, you know, where this bleeding is coming from. Talk to your healthcare provider and do the necessary tests. If you experience any bleeding after menopause, if you suffer from the atrophic vaginitis or this inflammation, you can also try an a hundred percent natural suppository and this may help.
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