Causes And Ways Of Dealing With Blood Such As Menstruation In Women Who Are Menopausal?
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Hello Dragonflies, Thank you for the question.
Menopause is a condition of natural cessation of menstruation that usually starts at the age of 45-55 years. Bleeding from the vagina that occurs during menopause (postmenopausal bleeding) is not menstruation. This bleeding needs to get further attention because this condition can be caused by serious health conditions such as:
thickening of the uterine wall (endometrial hyperplasia)
uterine polyps or cervical polyps
uterine cancer or cervical cancer
side effects of drugs such as blood-thinning drugs
If your mother has experienced vaginal bleeding for 3 months, the best step is to consult an obstetrician today or tomorrow. Doctors need to ask about symptoms experienced by your mother, examine your mother, and perform other examinations such as blood tests, ultrasound, CT scan, curette, and biopsy. From this examination, the new doctor can find out the cause and can provide appropriate treatment. However, if bleeding occurs continuously or very much in number until your mother becomes very weak, pale, dizzy, or even fainting, you should not delay again, immediately take your mother to the emergency room of the nearest hospital because these symptoms indicate the condition of the mother You are a serious condition that requires immediate treatment. While waiting for the emergency room, please you always accompany your mother. You may provide food and drinks for your mother.
I hope this helps.