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Is it normal to get your period after not having it for 1 year during menopaus?

Hello,

I am a 52 year old woman. My menstrual cycle stopped being regular about two years ago.  About a year and a half ago, it stopped completely and I maybe spotted once or twice since then.  I haven't had a menstrual cycle for over a year now and just got my period today, along with some cramps.  Is this normal or should I be concerned?  Please advise. 

Thank you!


Related Topics: Period, Menopause, Cramps
 

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