Causes of Uterine Polyps, a Common Reason for Bleeding During Menopause
Mention "uterine polyps" to most women and you’ll draw a blank stare. It’s not a condition with which many women are familiar, but polyps aren’t rare. According to some estimates, as many as 10% of women without visible symptoms are diagnosed with uterine polyps (also known as endometrial polyps). The polyps are also a very common cause of abnormal vaginal bleeding.