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Bleeding After Menopause

Your doctor will need to evaluate whether you have an infection. Another possibility for the discharge and bleeding is abnormal tissue growth. For example, non-cancerous tissue growth such as polyps or endometrial hyperplasia or pre-cancerous or cancerous changes could arise in the inner lining of the uterus (endometrium), vagina or the cervix.

Contact your doctor and arrange to be seen as soon as possible.


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