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Thickening Of The Uterus After Menopause
10-12 after menopause I am bleeding, not a lot but any scares me. Why am I bleeding now? Very stressful day and took a walk fof over an hour after 2-3 years. Also did a lot of yard work for the first time this year.
See your doctor: Bleeding after menopause (defined as 1 year without a period or any bleeding) is always a reason to see your gyno. Your activity is unlikely to be a cause. There are some simple causes, such as a dry vagina and bleeding after sex, and some more worrisome causes that definitely need evaluation and treatment (pre-cancers and cancer). Don't worry, but do make an appointment today.See 1 more doctor answer
The absence of menstrual periods for 12 months. During menopause, the ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone. After the complete transition into menopause, women can no longer get pregnant. The average age for menopause is 51 years old. Symptoms include dry vaginal tissue, irregular periods, hot flashes, mood ...Read more
Depends: Some women taking hormonal replacement may have a thickened lining. Women who are diabetic, obese, may also have thickening. Polyps may appear as a thickened lining as can certain cancers. If the lining is thick a simple d&c, hysteroscopy (looking inside with a scope) will provide rapid answers.
Peak incidence: Uterine cancer peak incidence 49 yrs and older (premenopausal and menopausal woman. Rare in younger woman.
Will my uterus shrink after menopause? I have very painful adenomyosis which presses on my bladder.
Will my uterus shrink after menopause, I have very painful adenomyosis which presses on my bladder.?
A recent cat scan showed thickening of uterus. I am 66 yrs old, menopause began 2005. Should I be concerned?
Probably not: But it should be discussed with the ordering doc to see if additional testing and or imaging is needed.
My ultra sound revealed 3 small fibroids and no thickening of uterus. I am 55 and in early menopause and still spot. How often should I have ultsound?
1-2x/year, or as nee: Depending on where the fibroids are (if not involving the inside lining/endometrium) - they probably aren't causing the spotting, the thin lining is very reassuring that u don't have endometrial cancer. If you continue to have spotting, then periodic (annual or 2x/yr) sono's may be helpful. If it bothers u (spotting) then u could look into tx's (an ablation, or other procedure).See 1 more doctor answer
Do large uterine fibroids (22 cm) shrink after menopause and how much, if they do? I am a 50 yr old caucasion. I was thinking of waiting until menopause and lettingt it shrink. It isn't causing any problems other than bulk related which I can handle. My d
Leiomyomas: Leiomyomas of the uterus (fibroids) sometimes shrink after menopause, but some women have them actually enlarge. It sounds like yours are very large which concerns me. I would recommend following your doctors advice, or at least obtaining a second opinion, because it sounds like your doctor is concerned they may compress your ureters which could cause kidney damage. Please be re-evaluated or at least seek a second opinion as I am concerned by that.See 1 more doctor answer
Menopause: It does not cause early menopause unless the ovaries are removed at the same time. Hope this helps.
Nothing: Not uncommon finding at certainmtimes.Get a more detailed answer ›
Requires attention: More often than not, when caught early, this situation is not cancer, but should be evaluated and treated asap. If cancer, and treated early can be cured. If not cancer, it will not go away or get better, and must be treated sooner or later anyway. Delay could lead to cancer.
Adenomyosis-large cysts and uterus is boggy and very large is there anything that makes an impact besides menopause and hysterectomy?
Possibly: Perhaps you can get relief of symptoms by using birthcontrol pills or from lupron (leuprolide). You need to speak with a doctor, probably have an ultrasound to assess. I'd be happy to see you if you are interested. If you are premenopausal. We are in tarzana (san fernando valley). 818 344-8522.
Menopause every symptom imaginable. Hysterectomy. Have ovaries. No uterus so can't judge where I'm at with this journey. 55 yrs old. When does II end?
Menopause: There is medical treatment to help with symptoms of menopause. Call your doctor and make an appointment to see about getting help.
Overgrowth or polyp: Women often experience an overgrowth of the lining of their uterus, the endometrium, called hyperplasia. The hyperplasia may be only simple, requiring only hormonal treatment, or complex, with atypia, which is more worrisome since it can be precancerous, best treated with hysterectomy. If the uterine lining's thickness was noted on an ultrasound, it may also be due to a polyp, usually benign.
What is significance of "free fluid" around uterus (on ultrasound) on post menopausal woman? Does this cause a sense of fullness and bloating?
Look into further: This really depends. Some amounts of free fluid can be normal but it depends on the amount. This really needs to be look into further. It does not necessarily cause fullness and bloating.
I've had a laproscopic hysterectomy just of it uterus last november. My symptoms are coming back and I'm still not in menopause. My doctor said my est?
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