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51 years old female ,missed3 periods, fategue and general aches,

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51 years old female ,missed3 periods, fategue and general aches, No hot flushes or night sweats, always cold. 2 weeks ago had blood tests which showed slightly low GFR(59) everyehting else normal and extremely low estrogen , doc said overeries were no longer active, another period would be highly unlikely at any time. Vaginal bleeding started last night, moderate to slightly heavy, some stomach cramp and back ache. concerned that its not a period but vaginal bleed for another reason.
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. P. Jyoti replied 4 years ago.

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Expert:  Dr. P. Jyoti replied 4 years ago.
Hello

I can appreciate your concern.

But do not get anxious about this.

You are now in your perimenopausal period, that is, you are about to become menopausal. During this period there are a wide variation of hormonal changes. THis is what causes unusual episodes of bleeding.

The bleeding you are having is not a typical period but most likely bleeding due to this abnormal hormonal fluctuation for perimenopause.

Get a doctor's checkup, but do not get anxious - this is not likely to be anything serious since you are now in this perimenopausal phase.


Hope this shows you the way forward - wish you good health and a quick recovery.

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