Sep 07, 2010 · Vaginal bleeding after menopause may be a sign of a serious disorder. WebMD explains possible causes of bleeding, which should always be checked out by a doctor. PRACTICE RECOMMENDATIONS • Screen all women with postmenopausal vaginal bleeding (PMB) for endometrial cancer. A • Use transvaginal ultrasound for the initial study for patients at low risk for endometrial cancer, and endometrial biopsy for those at higher risk. B • Use saline infusion sonography as a second step in the evaluation of PMB if the diagnosis remains unclear after a biopsy or.
Postmenopausal bleeding may be benign or could be a result of a more serious condition like cancer. Although you may not be able to prevent abnormal vaginal bleeding, you can seek help quickly to Author: Maryann Depietro And Ana Gotter.