Clopilet 75mg And Heavy Bleeding During Menopause

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Visalakshi S Says:


I have done procedure for 80% block in LAD and taking statin40 and clopilet a75 every day. I am 51 years old and having irreguler periods and heavy bleeding . is it due to the drugs I am taking.



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Verwon Says:

It is most likely due to the hormonal imbalances that occur with perimenopause, which are the years leading up to actual menopause.

Have you consulted your doctor?

They can do blood work to check and see if that is the case.

But this type of thing does normally occur for awhile, before a woman actually hits menopause, then becomes post-menopausal.

At this time, you usually stop ovulating, so you aren't producing as much progesterone as you used to, but you still produce estrogen and that's what commonly causes the irregular periods and heavy bleeding.

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Stargirl2013 Says:
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Talk to your doctor about Cyklokapron. It worked for me. It may work for you too. Best of luck to you.

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Anney Says:

In the lead up to the menopause, known as the peri-menopause, many women experience changes to their normal menstrual cycle, including unusually heavy bleeding. This symptom is usually accompanied by irregular periods. A woman may go for several months without a period and then experience particularly heavy bleeding, or may find her periods coming thick and fast. Aside from the obvious inconvenience of this, heavy bleeding may also lead to further health problems, such as anaemia. This is when there is not a high enough level of iron in the body. This can lead to extreme exhaustion and weakness.

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