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Post-Menopausal Bleeding Pathway

Start your treatment and watch your symptoms

As you try different treatment options, remember that if something doesn’t work the way you thought it would, think about other options. Talk with your healthcare provider to find what will work for you.

Continue to watch your symptoms. Call Health Link at 811 if you are soaking a high-protection pad, tampon, or menstrual cup every hour for more than 2 hours.

No detail is too small to share. Talk with your healthcare team if you:

  • are feeling dizzy, weak, or feverish
  • are having very bad belly pain
  • notice your bleeding changes
  • think the amount of bleeding is affecting your daily life

Feel free to talk to your healthcare team any time you:

  • have questions or concerns
  • notice your symptoms getting worse
  • have problems with your medicine
  • have been waiting longer than expected for test results or to hear about an appointment

Post-menopausal bleeding pathway map

Post-Menopausal Bleeding Pathway

Down​load or print the full patient pathway (PDF) and summary (one-page PDF) to learn more about how to manage and treat post-menopausal bleeding.
Patient Pathway      Summary  ​​​​​​

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