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Vaginal mucus menopause

Jul 23, You may also experience vaginal dryness as perimenopause advances and clear; white; sticky; mucus-like; watery; mild, but not foul, in odor. Jun 20, Vaginal discharge is the term for fluid or mucus that comes from the vagina. Women who are menopausal normally have minimal vaginal. Vaginal mucus changes with the hormonal changes of menopause. Usually theses changes take some time to develop, because hormone levels do not just. Just a clear mucous vaginal discharge should NOT give you a scare for uterine cancer. Is there any strongly positive family history of malignancies? As you have not had a period for 1 - years, you are technically menopausal by definition. After menopause, there could be some more common (and less dangerous!) reasons for this discharge. Vaginal Mucosa (Normal and After Menopause) A vaginal discharge can result from normal changes in estrogen levels. When levels are high, estrogen stimulates the cervix to produce secretions (mucus), and a small amount of mucus may be discharged from the vagina. Dec 31,  · Now, mucus changing in the menopause is normal, so you may find things changed compared to what they were whilst you were even in the peri-menopause or the menopause itself. The things that can affect it, first of all, definitely the hormonal changes. Your oestrogen can trigger the cervix to produce this vaginal mucus/10(6).
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