One of the menopausal symptoms that so many women experience is bleeding. This usually happens on the latter part of menopause or even right after it. This is brought about by hormonal imbalances that result from insufficient nutrients. It is common knowledge that as you age, the presence of Â certain vitamins and minerals in your body decreases. When progesterone levels drop in a womanâ€™s body, bleeding occurs. There may be women that have very high levels of estrogen that the progesterone they have is already being converted to estrogen. This results to bleeding and insulin resistance.