"Once You've Reached Menopause, You Should Not Bleed Again"
“Once a woman has gone 12 months without bleeding, any other bleeding is abnormal. And we encourage women to have it evaluated,” says Tashanna Myers, MD, cancer physician at Baystate Health in Massachusetts.
“There’s a misconception that your period can come back, that stress can cause bleeding, but once your periods have gone away and you’ve reached menopause, you should not bleed again.
The reason why the endometrial cancer survival rate is so high is because women have the symptom of bleeding.”
A 2-minute video from Baystate Health.