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An urgent care center doctor can do an exam and possibly an ultrasound, which would likely tell quite a bit about the cramps.
Fibroids usually shrink after menopause
, although sometimes they remain the same. If they enlarge after menopause, that can be a concern.
Fibroids are common before menopause, and don't usually cause cramps, but they can.
An ultrasound would also show if there is any thickening of the uterine lining, which may help to explain the cramps. If there is thickening, some bleeding may be coming, and either thickening or bleeding would need to be checked out, although they don't usually do that at an urgent care center.
So I think it's worthwhile being seen at an urgent/immediate care center. They'll be able to tell you quite a bit about your cramping, fibroids, and uterus