The Inconvenience Of Menopause Spotting

  • Probably Cheap Shapewear Cheap Shapewear most of you who are reading this are women and will know already what menopause spotting is. But if you don't, spotting is when spots of blood appear between periods.

    Staining Cheap Sexy Clothes your best underwear or feeling as though you have wet yourself, is not, I repeat NOT a pleasant experience, but it is unfortunately one that we all have to go through. At the time of writing, I am supposed to be booking myself in to have a smear test, but because I have been 'showing' on and off for two weeks, I dare not make an appointment in case I bleed on the day.

    Menopause spotting is one of the symptoms of menopause Cheap Shapewear that we can do absolutely nothing to improve, other than wear our oldest underwear and sanitary protection. It's also one of the first symptoms that a woman experiences when she is starting menopause. Erratic and irregular periods can come under the same banner.

    If you're at an age when your menopause is likely to begin - around the age of 51 - you may well be expecting your periods to become irregular. But for some women, who start menopause in their thirties and younger, it can come as a shock when they begin to see signs of bleeding between periods and often causes sleepless nights before they eventually consult a medical professional.

    It's always worth paying your doctor a visit if you're bleeding between periods, as there is a test that can determine whether you have started or are about to start menopause. The test is called the FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) test and is relatively simple to carry out, so if you suspect you may be entering menopause, get yourself checked out to confirm your suspicions.

    Although I was expecting my periods to become irregular when I reached 50, I wasn't aware of how much the spotting would vary in color and texture. From bright red to brown and everything in between. But this is perfectly normal and all part of the 'change'.

    Likewise, spotting just prior to a period may be normal for some women, while others - like me - will have no warning signs at all and their period will suddenly begin. It could be that you will have periods regularly for a few months and then have no periods for the following few months, before starting normally again a month later.