I really need some advice about periods during menopause and what's "normal". Unfortunately, I have no senior or older female to discuss this with due to a non existent relationship with my Mum.
Ok, so about me . . . I'm 48 and probably been peri menopausal since the age of approx 44. My periods have been irregular for at least 2-3 yrs. My last proper period was Nov 2018 and I mistakenly thought that was it, having had no periods at all apart from the exception of a very light "bleed" in Feb 2019 which I wouldn't really call a period. And then I had a very light short 3 day bleed in January and this month I've had a period lasting 10 days so far and counting. I have never had a period lasting this long! I'm not bleeding heavily but I am worried by the fact it's lasting this long.
Should I be worried?