Bleeding From The Vagina After 1 Year Of No Menstruation In Women Aged 50 Years?
My mother is menstruating, is there another problem doctor …? My mother is almost 50 years old, about to stop menstruating for 1 year, this week my mother’s head hurts and continues to be a doctor, the first two days of a headache, suddenly a lot of blood comes out until now it still comes out, he said, doctor, that’s what the doctor is like. ..
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If your mother has not menstruated for 1 year in a row eating this condition can also be called menopause. Menopause usually occurs in women at the age of 45-50 years. But the process of menopause will be different for each woman. When women experience menopause, symptoms will usually appear, the symptoms are caused by changes in hormone levels that occur during menopause. The symptoms that arise are:
Changes in the menstrual cycle Headache Sensation of burning sensation, sweating, and heart flutter (hot flushes). Vaginal dryness Night sweats Difficult concentration Unstable emotion Increase in body weight and slow metabolism Thin hair and dry skin More susceptible to urinary tract infections One of the symptoms that may arise is headaches and disorders of the menstrual cycle. Disorders of the menstrual cycle that occur when irregular periods occur, or the amount of blood volume is reduced or even excessive. And in general, the duration of menopausal symptoms experienced by a woman can occur around 4 years after the last menstruation. This means that symptoms arising from hormonal changes can occur for 4 years from the last menstrual period. With that complaint your mother feels can be signs and symptoms that arise due to hormonal changes that occur due to menopausal conditions.
However, postmenopausal bleeding can also occur due to several conditions for example:
Vaginal atrophy, thinning of the vaginal wall due to increased estrogen levels during menopause Myoma, a tumor that grows around the uterus that is benign Endometrial hyperplasia, namely thickening of the endomtrium wall (the lining of the uterus) that is prone to bleeding, this condition if left dpaat triggers become endometrial cancer Endometrial cancer Cervical polyps Cervical cancer To determine the cause of the condition that occurs in your mother requires further examination and interview about your health condition. Therefore it is better to consult the condition with the obstetrician and obstetrician doctor in order to get the right treatment and therapy. In addition, doctors may also need some tests such as ultrasound to help see the condition of the uterus. If the cause is only a menopause factor, your doctor may give you hormone therapy in the form of hormone replacement.
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