(HealthDay News) -- As menopause takes place, a woman's menstrual periods frequently become irregular. Once menopause ends, there shouldn't be any bleeding at all.
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If there is abnormal bleeding after menopause, the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says here are possible causes:
- Thinning of uterine lining.
- Taking hormone therapy.
- Having noncancerous polyps.
- Endometrial hyperplasia, a condition characterized by excess growth of the uterine lining.
- Endometrial cancer.
-- Diana Kohnle
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