Posts Tagged ‘endometrium’

When the rules go awry! part 2

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

It is also possible to take anti-inflammatory or antihemorrhagics the first three or four days of menstruation. “These drugs are, in my opinion, more effective than progestins, without their disadvantages”.

IUDs with progesterone (Mirena), seem to have better efficiency, with 88% of positive results in three months.

Curettage of too frequent

When these treatments are ineffective and that the woman has no desire to have children, there are treatments aimed at reducing the lining of the uterus (endometrium), causing menstrual bleeding.

Performed under general anesthesia, curettage was the procedure most commonly practiced in France. Yet its efficiency is poor (50% good results) and often transient. Also are possible complications (perforation). (more…)