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Should I talk to my doctor about my menopausal bleeding?

You should talk to your doctor if you experience menopausal bleeding. While many noncancerous conditions can cause this symptom, menopausal bleeding can also indicate that you have a serious condition, such as endometrial cancer. If you have not completed menopause, you should speak to your doctor if: your bleeding has become much heavier; you bleed between periods; you bleed after having sex; or you bleed more often than usual.

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