Menorrhagia is a condition characterised by abnormally heavy or extended menstrual bleeding. Women suffering from menorrhagia experience severe blood loss, pain and cramping which can restrict their usual activities.
Women with menorrhagia may suffer from:
Treatment and Diagnosis
Menorrhagia is usually diagnosed via a pelvic examination, a pelvic ultrasound scan or a biopsy of the womb lining. A hysteroscopy may also be conducted. This involves placing a tiny tube with a light through your cervix to view the womb lining.
Treatment can include:
If you suspect you may be suffering with menorrhagia, call Dr Gailani to make an appointment.