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Bleeding After Menopause

Most likely the bleeding is caused by irritation of the vaginal lining which often becomes thin (atrophic) and dry after menopause.

Call your doctor's office to arrange an appointment. Your doctor can suggest some remedies and also will make sure that there is not some other cause for the bleeding.


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