I am sorry to hear about your problem and I know how worrisome this situation can be for you but hopefully, we can resolve this.
Without the information requested in my first/previous response, I can only give you a general answer, but I hope this helps.
It is not normal to have sudden vaginal spotting/ bleeding at this time.
And, When detected early, most conditions causing bleeding after menopause can be successfully treated.
Possible reasons are-
-Atrophy of the vagina, which is inflammation and thinning of the lining of your vagina.
-Polyps (small growths) in the uterus or on the cervix, this is not cancerous.
As such, These are generally not serious problems and can be cured relatively easily.
You will be requiring pelvic examination, hormone blood tests along a vaginal ultrasound scan for evaluation of the cause.
A hysteroscopy can be done to take photos of your cervix, uterus, and endometrium.
If this is related to cervical polyps, then you may need to have them removed.
If this is from the Thickening of the endometrium, then it is usually treated with medications like the hormone progesterone and/or surgery to remove the thickening.
For hormone imbalance, you would be prescribed oral medications and injections.
If this is from, thinning of endometrium, then you would need drugs like the hormone estrogen, which is available as tablets, vaginal gel or creams, skin patches, or a soft flexible ring that is put inside your vagina and slowly releases the medication.
The line of treatment would be advised according to the cause.
Please see your Gynecologist and get it clinically evaluated.
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