martes, 17 de mayo de 2011


It is menstruation  with abnormally heavy or prolonged  blood flow. This may be frequent periods, one that continuous for 7 days or more, or one with exceptionally heavy flow over two to three days. Menorrhagia can occur because of fibroids, inflammation in the pelvic cavity, an Intrauterine device  (IUD) or hormonal imbalance.
The bleeding can cause anaemia with pallor fatigue, which can be treated with iron supplements. Treatment depends on the cause and may include a D and C, the combined contraceptive  pill, removal of an IUD, or danazol, a drug that inhibits the hormones produced by the pituitary gland.

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