Abnormal uterine bleeding
Abnormal uterine bleeding is very common. It can happen to women of any age.
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding - Pre-menopause
Women before menopause may have very heavy menstrual cycles or menstrual cycles that are happening more frequently. A menstrual cycle that is beyond seven days long is considered abnormal uterine bleeding. In addition, women that are having a normal pattern, but are experiencing very heavy bleeding can be at risk.
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding - Post-menopause
Women after menopause should not experience any bleeding at all. If any bleeding - even a spot - is happening, it should be discussed with a provider.
If you are experiencing abnormal bleeding, the gynecology team at Crossing Rivers Health Center for Specialty Care encourages you to make an appointment. Treatment options are available. Together, we can determine the best option for you.