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42 yrs old, heavy irregular menstrual period every 2 weeks, mass pops of vagina while urinating. Reasons ?

i am 42 years old, female and unmarried. for 8 months now i have experienced heavy menstrual period which comes very irregular. the latest months my menstruation comes every two weeks. in between menstruation i cannot stop using sanitary napkins because of excessive discharges which is brown and foully, last night, i was shocked to have touched a mass that almost comes out from my vagina while i urinate. when i push it back i sense that there s a protruding part inside my vagina. can you tell what are these signs about?
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hello b,
You may be experiencing perimenopausal symptoms during which excessive irregular menstrual bleeding may occur along with numerous symptoms can occur
For the mass protruding from vagina, it may be due to weak vaginal vault which descends during increased abdominal pressure (such as urinating, defecating etc)
This is called as prolapse
Normally this condition is common in old age and with number of vaginal birth due to which vaginal vault has become weak due to age.
Have good diet. and You should consult your Gync for further evaluation, he may advice of treatment options available to you.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Ganesh Dhakappa's  Response
Thanks for choosing HCM.
You may have a Dysfunctional Uterine bleeding[ peri-menopausal] with a Cystocoele[ sagging urinary bladder] / Prolapsed uterus[ uterus sliding down in vagina].
These need to be examined by a Gynaecologist & treated.
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