reproductive health


Question by  meredith (24)

Should I be concerned about perimenopause heavy bleeding with clots?

I am perimenopause and have heavy bleeding with clots.


Answer by  joji26 (214)

This is certainly something you should discuss with your doctor during a regular check-up, if not sooner. Heavy bleeding can result in anemia and other health problems. Often a D&C can be performed to remedy the situation.


Answer by  Melissa101010 (4405)

I would be concerned about any heavy bleeding with blood clots. If you have the bleeding with clots for more than 24 hours then you should go to the closest emergency room to have it checked out. You could have a cyst that ruptured or it could be something worse.


Answer by  PJAGANI (231)

yes. sometimes uterine firoids or any uterine melignancy can be responsible for heavy bleeding at perimenopause. if diagnosed and detected such cause earlier you will get the the right treatment and prevent further complicaions. Heavy blood loss may end result in your severe anaemia


Answer by  niki (111)

its the fungul infection. so, use anti-fungul cream and avoid oily food for sometime. concern your gynecologist immediately. its the meturation disorder also. so, take light food during your meturation period and go for relaxation. avoid hard work during meturation period.


Answer by  Learner (350)

During perimenopause, irregular menstrual periods are considered as normal. But if you have exceedingly high bleeding or bleeding lasting more than 8 days, immediately consult your gynecologist.

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