One of the hallmarks of perimenopause is widely fluctuating hormones and abnormal menstrual bleeding. The hormonal changes women experience during perimenopause can results in less predictable bleeding patterns. Irregular bleeding secondary to fluctuating hormones in general does not mean that there is something wrong.
On the other hand, endometrial hyperplasia (overgrowth of the uterine lining, which could lead to cancer) and endometrial cancer rates begin to rise around the time of perimenopause. Sometimes women fail to ovulate because there are fewer ...Continue Reading →