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Hypermenorrhea

Menorrhagia is an abnormally prolonged menstrual period.


Presentation

  • Endometrial resection uses an electrosurgical wire loop to remove the lining of the uterus , and is typically used when heavy bleeding is experienced, but no underlying uterine problems are present.[wisegeek.com]
  • Endometrial resection uses an electrosurgical wire loop to remove the lining of the uterus, and is typically used when heavy bleeding is experienced, but no underlying uterine problems are present.[wisegeekhealth.com]
  • Endometrial carcinoma presents in women aged over 50 years in the majority of cases and classically with postmenopausal bleeding; however, some cases present with abnormalities of the menstrual cycle. 90% present with abnormal uterine bleeding in some[patient.info]
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  • A Naturopath will take a full case history which includes past and present health, family history, supplements and medications, diet and lifestyle.[askanaturopath.com]
Anemia
  • • HYPERMENORRHEA (noun) The noun HYPERMENORRHEA has 1 sense: 1. abnormally heavy or prolonged menstruation; can be a symptom of uterine tumors and can lead to anemia if prolonged Familiarity information: HYPERMENORRHEA used as a noun is very rare.[audioenglish.org]
  • Iron deficiency anemia may result if the condition goes untreated, as the excessive bleeding can deplete the iron levels of the blood.[wisegeek.com]
  • Definitions of hypermenorrhea 1 n abnormally heavy or prolonged menstruation; can be a symptom of uterine tumors and can lead to anemia if prolonged Synonyms: menorrhagia Type of: catamenia , flow , menses , menstruation , menstruum , period the monthly[vocabulary.com]
  • […] for *hypermenorrhea* (4 entries) ( 0.1378 seconds) Result from Foreign Dictionaries (1 entries found) From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]: hypermenorrhea n 1: abnormally heavy or prolonged menstruation; can be a symptom of uterine tumors and can lead to anemia[dict.longdo.com]
Pallor
  • Signs and symptoms include pallor, weakness and fatigue. Although diet plays a role in iron deficiency anemia, the problem is complicated by heavy menstrual periods. Most cases of anemia are mild, but even mild anemia can cause weakness and fatigue.[pharmacypedia.org]
  • Look at the tongue for pallor and the nails for koilonychia. Examination of the abdomen always precedes pelvic examination; otherwise, large pelvic masses can be missed.[patient.info]
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Turkish
  • Deutsch (German) العربية (Arabic) Français (French) Русский (Russian) ಕನ್ನಡ (Kannada) 한국어 (Korean) עברית (Hebrew) Український (Ukrainian) اردو (Urdu) Magyar (Hungarian) मानक हिन्दी (Hindi) Indonesia (Indonesian) Italiano (Italian) தமிழ் (Tamil) Türkçe (Turkish[synonyms.net]
Vaginal Bleeding
  • To assess impact of vaginal bleeding on quality of live, the first available score after a vaginal bleeding was compared with the last available score of WOCBPs without vaginal bleeding.[bloodjournal.org]
  • Please remove this message after… … Wikipedia Vaginal bleeding — DiseaseDisorder infobox Name Vaginal bleeding ICD10 N92 N93 ICD9 Vaginal bleeding refers to bleeding in females that is either a physiologic response during the non conceptional menstrual[medicine.academic.ru]
  • bleeding so heavy it soaks at least one pad or tampon an hour for more than a few hours Irregular vaginal bleeding Any vaginal bleeding after menopause Causes In some cases, the cause of heavy menstrual bleeding is unknown, but a number of conditions[pharmacypedia.org]

Workup

  • SEE YOUR GYN: U need a workup, depending on the cause and what you child bearing desires are, bcpills, or lysteda, or endometrial abaltion that I do in offcie, or sometimes depending on the situation you may need a hysterectomy ( usually u will not need[healthtap.com]

Treatment

  • Some prospective studies were carried out to assess efficacy, safety and tolerability of hydrothermablation in the treatment of recurrent menorrhagias.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • The authors conclude that MEA is a safe, effective, a low-cost treatment, and they recommend that it be considered as a standard treatment for conservative therapy-resistant excessive menstruation.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • STUDY OBJECTIVE: To assess the efficacy, safety, and tolerability of hydrothermablation in the treatment of recurrent menorrhagia. DESIGN: Prospective, nonrandomized survey (Canadian Task Force classification II-2).[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Bleeding pattern 48 months after Cavaterm endome-trial ablation according to age at time of treatment.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

Prognosis

  • For menorrhagia and metrorrhagia, prognosis depends on the underlying cause. Alternatives Possible diagnoses that mimic amenorrhea include pregnancy or disorders associated with the central nervous system, thyroid, pituitary, ovary, or uterus.[nmihi.com]

Etiology

  • .: 7-10 days) Early period is common Hot palms and soles Restlessness Insomnia Dark yellow urine T: Red C: Yellow or Little or none Treatment Principle Nourish Yin Clear Deficiency Heat Stop Bleeding Herb Formulas Points Etiology Lingering of Dampness[americandragon.com]
  • Use of transvaginal ultrasound in diagnosing the etiology of menometrorrhagia. J Reprod Med . 1994 May. 39(5):362-72. [Medline] . Dijkhuizen FP, Mol BW, Brolmann HA, Heintz AP.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • Use of transvaginal ultrasound in diagnosing the etiology of menometrorrhagia. J Reprod Med. 1994 May. 39(5):362-72. [Medline]. Dijkhuizen FP, Mol BW, Brolmann HA, Heintz AP.[emedicine.medscape.com]

Epidemiology

  • Laughlin SK, Schroeder JC, Baird DD New directions in the epidemiology of uterine fibroids. Semin Reprod Med 2010; 28: 204–17.[reproduct-endo.com]
  • Epidemiology Menorrhagia is a very common complaint: Around 30% of women report having periods which are heavy [ 1 ]. The perception of what constitutes "heavy" menstrual bleeding is subjective.[patient.info]
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Prevention

  • It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We highly recommend that you consult with a Traditional Chinese Medical practitioner or physician before taking any products or if you have any questions regarding your health.[tcmherbstore.com]
  • Prevention Currently there is no way to prevent most causes of menorrhagia.[innerbody.com]
  • Don’t hyperventilate; you need enough carbon dioxide to prevent your breathing centre from conking out. I recalled that fact from med school even though I hadn't applied the knowledge for years.[youandmemagazine.com]
  • […] disorders, uterine fibroids, or polyps) have been excluded, treatment of perimenopausal dysfunctional uterine bleeding should address the goals of: stopping acute bleeding avoiding future irregular or heavy bleeding considering future family planning needs preventing[mdedge.com]
  • […] may be needed, such as: Dilation and curettage Operative hysteroscopy—may be used along with other tools to remove a polyp Removal of the lining of the uterus— endometrial ablation Removal of the uterus— hysterectomy There are no current guidelines to prevent[health.cvs.com]

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Last updated: 2018-06-22 10:20