The Age Of 80 Years Of Menopause?
Good evening. NI want to ask, my grandmother is 70 years old, and it has been more than 10 years that I have never had menstruation. But a few days ago my grandmother had a lot of blood clots, then she checked it at a gynecologist, on the ultrasound there was no sign of disease. Then the doctor gave the medicine if after taking the drug it was still bleeding, you had to check the cervix, but my grandmother was scared and didn’t want to. Her blood stopped for a few days and now it’s coming out again and the lumps keep coming out. What’s this real solution?
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The condition of vaginal bleeding in elderly women (elderly) can be caused by various conditions. The following details about the conditions that can cause your grandmother's complaints are as follows:
Atrophic Vaginitis. This condition is common in women with post menopause. This condition occurs due to a lack of estrogen hormone levels. Cervical dysplasia. Any changes in the arrangement of cells in the cervix can also trigger bleeding. Uterine myomas. The presence of abnormal tissue growth in the form of tumors on the uterine wall. The presence of cervical polyps or polyps in the uterus. Cancer of the cervix. Endometrial hyperplasia. Thickening of the muscle wall of the uterus. This condition is also typical of elderly women. In the case of your grandmother, the above conditions could have contributed to the bleeding. The need for a detailed examination to find out the exact cause of the condition. Continuous bleeding can endanger the health condition of your grandmother's body.
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