Any bleeding after a woman has gone six months without a period should be checked by a physician. "Allowing a woman to control the decision to undergo an examination will improve the trust she has with her physician or clinician McNicholas and Peipert said. Jeffrey Peipert, an obstetrician/gynecologist at Indiana University School of Medicine, wrote in an editorial accompanying the recommendations.
But since there are no general screening tests for ovarian cancer, the doctor did nothing. If you have any questions during the exam, be sure to ask your doctor.