Postmenopausal Bleeding: GYN for the PCP

Nadine Hammoud, MD


June 12, 2020

A 62-year-old postmenopausal woman comes in for her annual well-woman visit with her primary care provider (PCP). She reports having had some light vaginal bleeding with no clots 3 months earlier that stopped after 2 days. It did not frighten her enough that she sought care, but she now asks whether this is normal.


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