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Postmenopausal Bleeding Thyroid
Postmenopausal woman I know is having vaginal bleeding. This has been going on for several weeks. Has happened before. What could this be?
Postmenopausal bleeding Some years ago it stopped (after weight loss) and now it happened again after weight loss is this the cause? 56 yo no sympt
My mom suddenly experienced postmenopausal bleeding early morning today. After 15 years of her menopause. She is 47 years old. What are its causes?
I've read that abnormal bleeding can be indicative of low thyroid. Could it cause 5 days of light bleeding, and if so, why?
I'm 3 yrs postmenopausal (i'm 45 now) and just had my pap 3 days ago. I'm bleeding profusely (bright red, soaking through pads and tampons), have int?
I am postmenopausal with vaginal bleeding and now I have blood in my urine too. Are they related.
Gyn exam is a must: Vaginal bleeding is abnormal in post menopausal females and should be addressed ASAP. Gyn exam is a must! Blood in the urine may originate from the vagina, which in close proximity to female urethra. Alternatively hematuria (blood in the urine) could be real and indeed coming from the urinary tract (kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra). You will need a gyn exam to further specify. ...Read more
Postmenopausal bleeding I lost weight and I am very stressed it happened again in the past after a weigh loss is it cancer?
I am bleeding kind of heavy for 5 months straight I'm using alot of pads. I have low thyroid problems. How can I slow down the bleeding? Help
During HRT in a postmenopausal woman, does the endometrial cycle continue under the effect of the hormones? Does she have breakthrough bleeding?
Today I had thyroid gland biposy with fine needel. How common is a major bleed and how long am I at risk of that bleeding? What are the symptoms?
FNA thyroid: You would usually know that there was bleeding soon after the biopsy with swelling and pain. Rare complication. ...Read more
Have thyroid problems. Bleeding for 4 days. I am about 3months with child. Is this a sign that I am gona miscarry when I got my med for thyroids (yearly) levels were 22. Didn't no that I was preg. At that time.
It is concerning: Bleeding for 4 days is concerning and should be evaluated by your ob-gyn. A thyroid level of 22 is high and can lead to increased risk of miscarriage but if caught early that may be avoided with medication so see you doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
Healthy f/57 postmenopausal bleeding. Having hysteroscopy d&c soon. Don't want to be put to sleep Doctor not giving me the option of regional. Why?
I had postmenopausal bleeding after one year. In trans vaginal ultrasound, my endometrial thickness is 10 mm. Rest is clear. Is it normal?
Hello doctor, I just want to ask if there is any case studies or links that correlate thyroid problems with post menopausal bleeding. Thank you.
Postmenopausal bleed: Thyroid disease can certainly effect the menstrual cycle. This is because thyroid hormone and two of the hormones that affect the ovary (FSH/LH) are very similar chemically. After menopause this is less true. Postmenopausal bleeding should be evaluated for the most common causes. One should not assume thyroid disease is the cause ...Read more
From 3 months my periods is not stopping and daily bleeding is happening. I have thyroid fluctuations. How to stop periods. Regular fever coming.
Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections ; hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Get thyroid checked. ...Read more
Higher dosage pill did not improve irregular bleeding. Ultrasounds & thyroid normal. Will try 3rd pill. Is it possible period can not be regular at 48?
Perimenopausal: Age 48, is sure a reason for irregularity but get pap done. ...Read more
Had pelvic exam. 8 days later I bled. I am postmenopausal. Could exam cause bleeding? Went to dr for ultrasound and biopsy already.
Pelvic exam is not: Cause of bleeding. You must ask your doctor why you are having symptoms after a routine examination. Post menopausal vaginal bleeding is abnormal. ...Read more
What could cause low estrogen? 39 f. Thyroid ok. Periods are ok. Not painful. Sometimes a few days late but comes every month. No cramping/bleeding
See a doctor: Laboratory tests removed from a clinical history and physical are of little or no value. You have repeatedly asked this question in multiple ways, but the best way to receive an accurate response is to see the doctor who ordered the test. ...Read more
I have PCO and Hypothyroidism. I take Thyronorm 50mg and registron for with draw bleeding. Thyroid levels under control now. Is this life threatening?
36 old obese lady 2 kids14/8 age harmone level right blood tests all good endomatirialbiopsy, papsmear, thyroid clear midcycle bleeding brown thick disc?
I had a small amount of bleeding after a week of my periods is it normal. My thyroid and pap smear test are normal. What more should I consider?
May just be a: Temporary hormonal imbalance.Get a more detailed answer ›
I am postmenopausal with bleeding. The doc can't see any coming from my cervix. The blood is high in my vagina. Where else could it be coming from?
On birth control. Mid twenties. Breakthrough bleeding came 3rd pack in mid cycle when thyroid med lowered. 5 to. 25. lowered meds the cause? 2nd month
Possibly: Changing your thyroid medication can cause break through bleeding as you adjust to the new dose but so can infections, cervical polyps, and abnormal cervical cells. If it continues, you need to be seen. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Unintended weight loss of 5-6 lbs in 3 months. Transvag. Ultrasound read 8mm thickness. Endometrial. Age 56.7years postmenopausal. No bleeding. Ideas?
Unintended wt loss: I don't want you to freak out but unintended weight loss is not a good sign. Many women use their OB as their primary physician. Not the best idea. You live in Westerly, RI. See an Internist at MGH or Yale or Columbia or MSKCC and get a work-up pronto! ...Read more