On the early morning of May 15, around 2 am I woke up with a feeling of premenstrual pain and all of a sudden blood was running out from me. I sat some minutes on the toilet to let it out. It was running blood unhindered. Either tampons, sanitary napkins helped so I had to used a towel. I was sweating cold and no strength left so I had to go back to bed, after a while I had to go to the toilet again and I haven’t reached the toilet bowl when it came out two clamps of blood out from me. One is as big as my feast and the other one is smaller. It was almost like having a miscarriage. I felt dizzy and exhausted but I had to clean up the toilet because blood was all over, on the floor and the lower walls. Blood is still running out from me so I had to use a child diaper that my soon 4-year old granddaughter had left.
In the morning it was normal again, I could use a normal sanitary napkin so I thought it was over. I thought it was normal menopausal trouble since my friend had a heavy bleeding too before she had her menopause, so I was not really alarmed.
Some days after or maybe a week this bleeding repeats but this time it was not so much like the first one but I had to stay sitting on the toilet for some minutes and I used a child diaper for protection. I felt so exhausted.
The night between 26 and 27 of May I had this bleeding again so I had to call for a doctor in the morning. Please continue reading here.