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What is Uterine Bleeding During Menopause?

Description of the disease

Uterine bleeding during menopause is regular and non-progressive bleeding in women after their last menstrual period. This occurs due to hormonal changes that occur in a woman's body during menopause.


  • Acute uterine bleeding
  • Chronic uterine bleeding


Symptoms include irregular menstrual cycle, excessive bleeding, and prolonged menstruation.


Causes can include hormonal changes, polyps and tumors in the uterus, inflammatory diseases, and even the use of hormonal medications.


Diagnosis includes blood tests for hormone levels, ultrasound examination of the uterus, hysteroscopy.


Treatment may involve hormonal therapy, removal of polyps or tumors, endometrial ablation, or even hysterectomy.


Prevention includes regular check-ups with a gynecologist, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and avoiding harmful habits.


For the diagnosis and treatment of uterine bleeding during menopause, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.