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Endometrial Hyperplasia

Symptoms and Signs of Endometrial Hyperplasia

Symptoms of endometrial hyperplasia usually begin with abnormal uterine bleeding, such as bleeding during the menstrual period that is unusually heavy or lasts for a long time, menstrual cycles lasting less than 21 days and any postmenopausal bleeding.

If you have abnormal bleeding, please contact your gynecologist. Abnormal vaginal bleeding is not associated with only endometrial hyperplasia. In fact, 90 percent of women with endometrial cancer go see their doctor because of unusual vaginal bleeding or discharge. 

Locations for Endometrial Hyperplasia