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Bleeding after menopause
is unusual and needs investigation but may not be necessarily due to a life threatening condition.
It can occur as a result of polyps (overgrowths of tissue) which may be benign, thickening of the endometrium, excess thinning of the endometrium can also cause pv bleeding. It can also be as a result of endometrial cancer
but the exact cause will not be known till all the tests have been completed.
Endometrial cancer occurs in about 24 out of 100000 women and effective treatments are available if detected in early stages.
I hope this helps and wish you the best