I bleed again after menopause
Q: A woman in her late 50s. I am 60 years old in Korean age, but I am still in my 50s in international age. I’ve heard a lot that I look young since I was in my 20s. I still look very young compared to my peers.
I may look young on the outside, but I haven’t had my period since a year and a half ago. I’ve been menstruating regularly. I was very depressed, but I acknowledged my age and accepted menopause, and I was doing well as usual.
He started bleeding again about 7 days ago. I’m not sure if this is a simple bleeding or menstruation, but do you often have postmenopausal menstruation like me?
A: Temporary hormonal imbalances, inflammation, cervical cancer, uterine myoma, and cystic cysts can cause bleeding. Menopausal menstruation is rarely resumed after 60 years of age. It’s very rare.
Please visit a nearby obstetrics and gynecology clinic for ultrasound and uterine cancer tests.