Monday, September 5, 2016

Women Health: Menstrual Disorders - Secondary menorrhagia Contraceptive coil (Mirena) treatments in Conventional medicine Perspective

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Menorrhagia is defined as a condition of excessive bleeding in the menstruation phase of the menstrual cycle in the reproductive age of a woman leading to heavy blood loss that can interfere with the woman normal activities, as a result of disruption of normal hormonal regulation of periods or disorders of certain reproductive organs.

 The Secondary menorrhagia Contraceptive coil (Mirena)  treatment

1. It is a soft, flexible T-shaped (birth control) device placed inside the uterus by your doctor within 7 days after the start of your period with medication Mirena continuous release over a period of 5 years to prevent pregnancy and reduce symptoms of menorrhagia. According to the study of SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF MIRENA IN MENORRHAGIA : 10 YEARS RESULTS OF VUOKKO-STUDY by R. Hurskainen, researcher suggested The preliminary 10-year results of Vuokko study show that LNG-IUS is a good alternative option to hysterectomy in the treatment of menorrhagia. Although half of the women assigned to the LNG-IUS group eventually underwent hysterectomy, the costs remain significantly lower than in hysterectomy group. The transition from menorrhagia to menopause seems to be well tolerated and associated with a favourable bleeding pattern. 

2. Risks and side effects
b.1.Spotting between periods
b.2. Complete absence of menstrual flow
b.3. Decreased bleeding during periods
b.4. Prolonged bleeding during periods
b.5. Breast pain and tenderness

b.6. Etc.

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