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Have spotting and bleeding. I am post Menopausal. Suggestions?

I am 57 year old women, and just found out I am Post memopausal, I had no signs of it, and stopped my period about 2 years, I recently starting spotting and feel like I am about to have a period. Is that normal. I am cramping and some break thru bleeding . Its happen 3 times, and its on the 24th of each month, that is when I used to get my cycle... MC
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Menopause is said to have occurred if one does not have a menstrual cycle for 6 months at least; it is possible for a period to occur after one year. Since you have not had a period for the past two years, you definitely need to go for investigations and a check up for this spotting, even though it correlates with your dates in the past. Please consult your gynecologist immediately for further advice. Good luck.
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