I am experiencing vaginal bleeding (quality: contains blood clots) I am 58, I have adynymosis. My periods stopped for six months and are back.?

See your Ob/Gyn. Heavy bleeding with clots at age 58 should be evaluated ASAP to make sure there isn't a serious cause (such as cancer). Its almost always something else but when the big "C" is on the list of possible causes it needs to be taken seriously. Best wishes!

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