The term menorrhagia refers to unusually heavy or prolonged menstrual flow, passing large clots of blood, and bleeding lasting longer than 7 days. Possible reasons for menorrhagia are hormonal imbalance, fibroids, polyps, infection, blood disorder, and medications. Diagnosis can be made using laboratory tests, pelvic exam, cultures, ultrasound, and biopsy. Treatment depends on the age of the patient and whether or not she desires future pregnancy.
Get in Touch with A Specialist for Uterine Bleeding Treatment
The doctors at Advanced OB/GYN will go through all the appropriate steps to determine the reason for heavy or irregular vaginal bleeding and then discuss treatment options. Please call 713-465-5966 so we can help with your bleeding issues.