Abnormal bleeding can be stressful. Planning your life around your monthly cycle can include extra pads, tampons, clothes and sometimes it may mean cancelling plans due to its unpredictability. After one woman’s fibroid surgery, she started to go through her bags, and briefcase and realized how many extra pads she always carried. That can become a habit when you have suffered with a GYN condition for a long time.
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In many cases, abnormal bleeding is the result of a benign condition, meaning non-cancerous. However, that doesn’t mean that the effects of the condition are to be dismissed. If you are concerned about a change in your monthly cycle, it’s important to know when to see a specialist.
An abnormal bleeding diagnosis can be done through a biopsy, transvaginal ultrasound, or hysteroscopy. A doctor will take into account your age, the pattern of abnormal bleeding, blood tests and physical exams.
Fibroids can cause severe bleeding. Learn about common myths and facts surrounding fibroids and surgery, so that you can be better prepared when you speak to a GYN specialist. Even large fibroids can be removed through minimally invasive procedures while leaving the uterus intact.
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