I am 49 years old and Every so often; maybe every 6 months; my period goes haywire. I am pretty regular; and ritual; except when this happens. It goes the normal period and then it lingers around for days just being brown discharge. Enough to use a tampon and comes out majority dry. At night it gets a little red and then back to brown again. It is not a lot of blood; just annoying. Sometimes it I only notice it when I wipe when I go to the bathroom and it hasn't even stained my underwear. I have had my estrogen checked and it is within the normal ranges and not into menopause yet. i guess there is nothing I can take to subside this annoying, lingering issue of blood!??? Thank God it doesn't happen like this on a regular basis! Any ideas???
I have been having the same thing happen, even though your blood test do not show menapause you are probably into
perimenapause at 49 I am 45 and thats what my doctor said
after she did and endomentrial biopsy she said there was
changes in the lining.
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