Enjoy Your Menopause!

June 11, 2009

Irregular Bleeding & Menopause

Filed under: menopause — Beverly Mahone @ 9:04 pm

Irregular bleeding between periods and perimenopause is closely related. When a woman starts experiencing irregular bleeding between periods, she may be in her perimenopause phase.  This irregular bleeding can occur up to menopause. In some cases, periods may be of a short duration, or last longer than usual. Besides, your menses may vary from light to heavy bleeding. Your menstrual periods can suddenly vary between gradually getting lighter, then heavier, and then lighter again. The time between periods may also fluctuate and you might skip some periods.

If you go 12 months straight without a menustral cycle, you are in full blown menopause.



  1. I’ve been looking online for some good information on Anti-aging and menopause related issues.

    Comment by Bioidentical hormones UK — July 27, 2009 @ 6:14 am | Reply

  2. I stopped my periods at the age of 48 but i spotted once in a while. Now i am 53. Suddenly i started bleeding heavily for 3 days and stopped.and again started lightly after 20 days and stopped after 3 days I took multy vitamin and Vitamin c . Now it stopped completely. Thanks to vitamin therapy.I need comments on this from Docs.

    Comment by lalini — October 8, 2009 @ 10:05 am | Reply

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