I am 50 years old and had an ablation done 10 yrs ago. I have recently started a period again after 91/2 yrs with nothing. It's very heavy at times and to some degree is almost constant. Also I started hot flashes, getting them back to back sometimes (very annoying). Is this normal?View Thread
I am 50 yrs. old and had an ablation 10 yrs. ago. I started having a period half a year ago, lately I have been more on than off. This morning I started hot flashes back to back. Is this normal?View Thread
I just realized, I have had heavy bleeding or spotting for 16 days this month! Plus sudden vomiting has been an issue lately and when I'm not having hot flashes I am freezing. I'm not even sure if this is all related. I do know it's wearing me out....View Thread
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