Can Periods Restart After Menopause?

Vaginal bleeding after menopause should always be considered abnormal and requires an investigation by a healthcare practitioner. Postmenopausal bleeding is the most common symptom of uterine (endometrial) cancer, and therefore uterine cancer must always be considered as a possible diagnosis. The two most common tests used to evaluate for uterine cancer are pelvic ultrasound, which looks for the endometrial thickness, and endometrial biopsy – which can usually be done in the office.

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