September is gynecologic cancer awareness month. Wherever in the world you are, schedule your annual, routine wellness visit, today.

Gynecologic Cancers

What are gynecologic cancers?

Depending on the Source, the definition of gynecologic cancers may vary. In Gynecologic Cancer Awareness the (United States) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explain:

“Gynecologic cancers are cancers of women’s reproductive organs”.

Five Types

What are the five types of gynecologic cancers?

In Gynecologic Cancer Basics the (United States) Foundation for Women’s Cancer explain:

Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month 2023“The five types of gynecologic cancers are ovarian, endometrial/uterine, cervical, vulvar and vaginal cancer”.

Postmenopausal Bleeding

Is postmenopausal bleeding or bleeding after menopause, normal or not?

No, no, no. In Postmenopausal Bleeding the (United Kingdom) NHS elaborate on:

Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month 2023“See a GP if:

You have postmenopausal bleeding, even if:

  • It’s only happened once
  • There’s only a small amount of blood, spotting, or pink or brown discharge
  • You do not have any other symptoms
  • You’re not sure if it’s blood.

Postmenopausal bleeding is not usually serious, but can be a sign of cancer. Cancer may be easier to treat if it’s found early”.

Who is a GP?

Depending on the Source and/or Depending on the Country, a GP may be a qualified and registered general practitioner, a medical practitioner, a medical doctor or a doctor.

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Last Updated: 08 September 2023 – Last Revised: 28 August 2023