Should a 65 year old woman have postmenopausal bleeding for 7 years?
65 years old postmenopausal bleeding
I have been on the Depo-Provera for 2 years now and haven't had any bleeding except for some spotting and the last 5 days i have been bleeding A LOT should I get a D and C?
If you have not had a period for more than a year and experience menstrual bleeding you should get checked. Pap smears should be done regularly especially after menopause because if a woman still has periods in earlier years a sudden change in amount of bleeding can alert her, but not after menopause. Post-menopausal women who have not had a hormone level test should get one if they feel below par or develop hair growth…
There are many reasons for vaginal bleeding. They range from irritation or tear during sex, to any of a number of conditions. If you have not had harsh sex, and you are 20 years post-hysterectomy, or even if you have not had a hysterectomy but you cannot account for the bleeding, you should see a doctor.
I'VE been on birth control for 12 years and in the last two years have had to switch FROM LO OVRAL TO other doses for breakthrough bleeding. TRIED OVCON35 LOESTRIN 24 AND 1.5 ORTHO LO AND NOW LEVORA?
It seems unlikely that the birth control pill is the cause of your breakthrough bleeding, although LoEstrin and Ortho Tricyclen Lo certainly aren't the typical choices for bleeding control in a woman with breakthrough bleeding. Talk with your health care provider about ruling out other causes of bleeding. Be sure to keep a good record for a few months noting exactly what days you have bleeding, where you were in the pill cycle when you…
You have been on Ortho Tricyclen for a few years and got breakthrough bleeding this month you missed two pills is that your period how long does it typically last?
Zero - it is biologically impossible to menstruate while pregnant. Menstruation is a specific bodily function, when an egg is not fertilised the uterine tissue breaks-down ready for the next cycle. If you fall pregnant your body prevents menstruation in order to stop the uterine lining breaking down which could result in a loss of the pregnancy, and to stop ovulation. Women can bleed during pregnancy but this is not the same as menstruation and…
When should a woman enter into a relationship and what should she look for in the relationship as a christian?
A woman should NOT enter into a relationship when she is unready of herself. It takes years of experience in order for anyone to find out who they truly are and what they truly want. A relationship should consist of medium dependency, equal arrangements, working together, being honest, communication, etc.
If a woman is still menstruating, it makes sense to use something for pregnancy prevention if she isn't seeing pregnancy. In addition, some women use hormonal birth control in perimenopause (the years leading up to menopause) to control symptoms like irregular or excessive bleeding. For advice specific to your situation, talk with your health care provider.