Your GP should refer you to hospital for further tests. This will help to identify the cause of your problem, to exclude cancer and plan necessary treatment. Some areas have specialistpostmenopausal bleeding clinics.
The tests that may be carried out can include:
These procedures are described below.Some GPs are able to carry out the ultrasound and examination themselves, and will refer you for the hysteroscopy if this is necessary.
Postmenopausal bleeding is vaginal bleeding that happens at least 12 months after your periods have stopped.
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Your GP should refer you to hospital for further tests. This will help to identify the cause of your problem, to exclude cancer and plan necessary treatment. Some areas have specialistpostmenopausal b
The specialist at the clinic, which may be a nurse, will take your medical history and record your symptoms. You'll then go to the scan room for an examination. Vaginal ultrasound scan A vaginal ult
Treatment depends on what is causing your bleeding. For example, if the cause is cervical polyps, you may need to have them removed. This fairly simple procedure can be done in the specialist's offic