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How is menopausal bleeding caused by endometrial hyperplasia treated?

Endometrial hyperplasia is caused by abnormal cells in the endometrium. This can cause menopausal bleeding. Women who have endometrial hyperplasia are more likely to get endometrial cancer. Doctors may use progestin to treat endometrial hyperplasia as this can lead to shedding of the endometrium. This condition can also be treated surgically with removal of your uterus.

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