Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

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Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

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Three reasons abnormal uterine bleeding should be on your radar

For women over the age of 40, there are, pardon the pun..."red flags" that should clearly tell you it's time to ditch the stoicism and pursue medical care. In gynecology we call this condition abnormal uterine bleeding.

It can occur at any age. From age 13 to 18 it's typically associated with immature physiology, pelvic infection, blood disorders or tumors. Between age 19 and 39, most bleeding is related to pregnancy, fibroids, polyps, hormones, contraceptive problems or abnormal growth of the lining of the uterus.

However, the bleeding that becomes the most ominous is the bleeding which occurs in the postmenopausal woman.

In women age 40 to post-menopause, abnormal…

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