I am 57 and have been in menopause for three years. I recently had spotting. It was light brownish in color and about a half dollar in size on my panties. Also, a few drops of red on the toilet paper. This only happened once about two weeks ago. Every thing I read about post menopausal spotting says you should see a Dr. immediately. What I can't find is if this means after only one incident or should I wait to see if I have anymore incidences before scheduling a Dr. appointment. Can anyone shed any light on this for me? Any help would be appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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