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Is there a cure for menopausal bleeding?

Menopausal bleeding has several potential causes, some of which may be curable. Doctors can often cure endometrial cancer by removing your uterus if the cancer is diagnosed early. Polyps can be removed surgically and endometrial hyperplasia can be treated with hormone therapy. If you have menopausal bleeding, you should speak to your doctor to ensure you have an accurate diagnosis.

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