During perimenopause, your periods may become less predictable. These changes are common. But some changes are not normal. Women with abnormal bleeding during perimenopause should see a health care provider. After menopause, you should not have any bleeding. A health care provider should always check bleeding that occurs after menopause.
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Disorders of the Vulva
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
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