Understanding What Spotting After Menopause Means

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Understanding What Spotting After Menopause Means

You have gone through the major ordeal of menopause and then after all that you notice spotting. Nothing could be more horrific, but it is important for women to know that sometimes spotting after menopause can be normal. This does not mean that you should not be worried either, but it is important to stay calm and seek medical attention so that you can determine if anything is wrong or if the spotting after menopause is normal in your case.

What Is Menopause?

Menopause is a phase in a woman’s life that is basically the signaling of the end of menstruation. Menopause typically occurs naturally with the decline of hormonal production and most often strikes in women between the ages of thirty-five and sixty. Although this is not always the case and many women experience menopause either earlier or later than that.

There are actually three different stages of menopause: peri-menopause, menopause, and post-menopause. Each of these stages usually brings its own symptoms and experiences, but they are all based around the same time in a woman’s life.

What Is Spotting After Menopause?

One symptom that is often reported is spotting after menopause, and this can often be very traumatic, because it is so unexpected. If you ever notice any spotting after menopause then you should not freak out but you definitely should be concerned. Although a lot of the time post-menopausal bleeding turns out to be something benign, it could potentially be the sign of something very serious, such as uterine cancer.

It is therefore vital that if you notice any bleeding you should be examined by your gynecologist as soon as possible. The options for evaluating this bleeding are dilating the cervix and scraping the lining of the uterus which is the more traditional approach, or they may prefer to perform a hysteroscopy which involves them looking inside of your uterus with a small viewing device that is carefully inserted through the cervix.

Endometrial biopsies are also a common choice for determining the cause of spotting after menopause. This doctor performs this test by taking a small sample of skin in the office without even having to dilate your cervix. Finally there is also the option of an ultrasound, although this is not always the most effective method and so is usually one of the last chosen in most cases.

Any woman who notices spotting after menopause should make sure to seek medical attention immediately because if it is the sign of something more serious she is going to need to get on track with the proper treatment right away and deal with it.

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