CIGC ARTICLES ABOUT ABNORMAL BLEEDING: DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT
Heavy bleeding can be embarrassing and problematic. The most common cause of abnormal vaginal bleeding is growths (fibroids, polyps, adenomyosis) or an infection. Occasionally, pre-cancerous conditions (including endometrial hyperplasia) or cancerous conditions (endometrial carcinoma, and cervical carcinoma) will be the cause. Read full article here.
Diagnosis involves many factors. A physician will take into account your age, the pattern of abnormal bleeding, blood tests and physical exams. Additional tests to confirm your diagnosis may be required and include biopsies, transvaginal ultrasound, hysteroscopy, and possible dilation & curettage. Read full article here.
Fibroids can cause severe bleeding. As they continue to grow, symptoms like pelvic pain and abnormal bleeding can worsen. For any woman to be expected to suffer with pain or cope with embarrassing situations like having to change clothes in the middle of work is extremely inconvenient. Read full article here.
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