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Bleeding after menopause: Get it checked out

By: Kelly Bilodeau, Executive Editor, Harvard Womenís Health Watch Bleeding after menopause can be disconcerting, but the good news is, more than 90% of the time itís not caused by a serious condition, according to a study in JAMA Internal Medicine. That said, the study also reinforces the idea that postmenopausal bleeding should always be checked out by your doctor to rule out endometrial cancer, a cancer of the uterine lining, says…

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