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There are several reasons for bleeding after menopause that do not include cancer. Any bleeding after menopause, especially with pain, needs to be reported straight away to a doctor. The cause could be some kind of reproductive disorders, including fibroids or cysts. Hormonal imbalances can still happen after menopause. Certain medications can also cause period-like bleeding.
Please schedule a meeting with your gynecologist.
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