Menopause is a stage in life when a woman stops having her monthly period. By definition, a woman is menopausal after her periods have stopped for one year. Menopause typically occurs in a woman's late forties to early fifties. It is a normal part of aging, marking the end of a woman's reproductive years. Women who have their ovaries and uterus surgically removed undergo "sudden" menopause.
Post-Menopausal Bleeding is vaginal bleeding that starts at least 12 months after your last period.
Post-Menopausal Bleeding occurs in approximately 10% of women. 1 in 10 women who present with post-menopausal bleeding have cancer of the lining of the womb or cervix.
At Queensway Clinic, a woman who presents with bleeding after her menopause will be thoroughly assessed and investigated with use of careful history taking and examination, blood tests, ultrasonography and endometrial biopsy (when clinically necessary) to exclude a cancer or pre-cancerous change. We work hard at Queensway Clinic to give our patients a definitive diagnosis within 72 hours of presentation. We aim to identify disease early to ensure the best outcome and quality of care for our patients...read more...
Vulvovaginitis is inflammation or infection of the vulva and vagina.Women in reproductive periods are likely to develop vaginitis ....read more...
Endometrial Polyp, Diagnosed in 52 year old Lady complaining of Post Menopausal Bleeding, it is mandatory in these cases to exclude Uterine Malignancy.