Cancer sign: Bleeding from the vagina linked to THIS condition - Daily Express
In women that started the menopause more than a year ago, bleeding from the vagina is a sign to see your GP as soon as possible, the NHS said.
It could be a sign of womb cancer - or endometrial cancer, as it’s known - and 90 per cent of the cancer patients suffer from vaginal bleeding.
While postmenopausal bleeding could be a symptom of the cancer, it could also be caused by inflammation and thinning of the vaginal lining, or non-cancerous cervical growths.
Between one and 14 per cent of women with postmenopausal bleeding will have womb cancer, according to scientists.
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