Postmenopausal bleeding

If you have had menopause symptoms (hot flashes, mood swings) and haven’t had a period for longer than 12 months, you may have entered menopause. Any vaginal bleeding that occurs after menopause can be concerning and should be evaluated by a health care provider immediately. Sometimes this bleeding is caused by a thin uterine lining that occurs after menopause, but other times it could result from polyps (benign growths) or tumors (cancerous growths).

At Selah, we take postmenopausal bleeding seriously and will help you find an answer and the right treatment quickly.