Appreciate providing me with these additional information. I am very sorry I couldn't reply earlier as I was away from the computer and just returned.
Yes, you may be nearing menopause, but I am not sure whether the urgent care can make that decision straight away
I thought they still have to explore other possibilities
You have mentioned this is happening first time for you, so we are supposed to rule out any other pathological possibilities before considering this is related to nearing menopause
The period can become irregular as menopause nears, but that is a diagnosis by exclusion, means other possibilities need to be first ruled out
As long as you are not having any severe symptoms from bleeding you may wait for your clinic appointment, hopefully this is all perimenopausal, nothing else is causing this persistent bleeding.
But surprised that urgent care drs did not even exam you. Hope you are not having anemia from bleeding. You did mention tiredness more than usual, so this could be from losing blood & developing anemia.
If another urgent care is nearby, or an ER you may try to visit it too, if feasible to you.
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