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2014-05-26 23:02:43

Peyman Banooni, MD, a gynecologist at La Peer Health Systems in Los Angeles, explains heavy bleeding during menopause and other causes of menorrhagia. Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) May 26, 2014 A recent study by researchers at the University of Michigan has shown that it’s actually common for women going through menopause to experience changes in their period. This can include prolonged bleeding, spotting, and heavy bleeding. The study is titled “Menstruation and Menopausal Transition”...

2007-05-24 03:02:33

By Attia, Abdel Hamid; Youssef, Dalia; Hassan, Neamat; El-Meligui, Mohamed; Et al Abstract Objective. To evaluate the functional status of the thyroid gland in apparently euthyroid women with dysfunctional uterine bleeding. Materials and methods. Forty apparently euthyroid women with menorrhagia and no pathologic lesion in the genital tract were compared with 20 women having normal menstrual cycles as controls. All women underwent hormonal evaluation: serum total and free...

2004-11-28 03:00:15

Sort out the differences between uterine bleeding that's abnormal and that which is dysfunctional. Then teach your patient about new treatments that are available for these sometimes-dangerous conditions. Many women have variations in their menstrual cycle, such as changes in frequency, duration, or amount of flow, or spotting between their periods. This abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) may have various causes, some of them benign. But when AUB is related to changes in hormones that directly...


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