Abnormal GYN Bleeding: Get Diagnosed By A CIGC Specialist
How do you know if you have abnormal bleeding? Extra pads. A change of clothes. Fatigue from anemia. Periods should last approximately seven days or less, with anywhere from 21 to 35 days in between, and no more than 2.8 ounces (80 cc) of blood is lost with each cycle. Anything outside of those ranges is defined as abnormal bleeding. If you are changing your tampon or pad every 2-3 hours or less, and require a change of clothing, it may be time to talk to a specialist.
Dr. Paul MacKoul, MD, Dr. Natalya Danilyants, MD and Dr. Rupen Baxi, MD are fellowship-trained experts in diagnosing complex GYN conditions and performing advanced minimally invasive procedures to address the underlying problem, not just the cover up the symptoms.