Bleeding Disorders & Treatments In Sharjah

Abnormal uterine bleeding is one of the least discussed health concerns in the word. Most women don’t even realize that these bleeding are unusual and must be properly diagnosed. With the increasing talk about women’s menstrual health, gynaecologists in Sharjah are helping us throw some light on the matter. Abnormal uterine bleeding is unusual or heavy bleeding from the uterus through the vagina. It may occur anytime during the female monthly cycle, including the normal menstrual period. Any kind of vaginal bleeding between periods is a form of abnormal bleeding. So is extremely heavy bleeding during menstruation. Any menstrual period that lasts for more than 7 days is called menorrhagia. Causes of Abnormal Bleeding There are a number of reasons for abnormal uterine bleeding. One of the most evident causes of such bleeding in pregnancy. Uterine growths like polyps or fibroids can also lead to unusual or abnormal bleeding. Sometimes, a thyroid issue, cervical infection or uterine cancer may lead to abnormal bleeding. Uterine bleeding can also be due to a hormonal imbalance. Gynaecologists in Sharjah term uterine bleeding due to hormonal imbalance as “Dysfunctional Uterine bleeding” or DUB. DUB is a very common issue among teenagers and women who are approaching their menopause. As mentioned before, bleeding during the first few months of pregnancy. Likewise, some birth control pills or intrauterine devices (IUD) can also cause abnormal bleeding. If you have any doubts or concerns regarding IUDs and bleeding, please consult a gynaecologist. Any kind of unusual bleeding between the ages of 40 and 50 years could be because of menopausal issues. However, sometimes, the bleeding could be due to the thickening of the uterine wall, which is often associated with uterine cancer. This is why we recommend regular checkups to make sure that cancer isn’t the cause. Postmenopausal Bleeding issues Uterine bleeding can occur during hormone replacement therapy, which is a common cause of uterine bleeding post menopause. Endometrial or uterine cancer is another reason. Such cancers are more common among older women than in younger ones. And it is always advised that you consult a gynaecologist at your nearest medical center. Diagnosing abnormal uterine bleedingFor diagnosing abnormal uterine bleeding, the doctor order different types of tests depending upon the age of the patient. If a patient is suffering from heavy bleeding, gynaecologists in Sharjah may recommend a blood count check to diagnose iron deficiency and anaemia that occurs due to the bleeding.An endometrial biopsy is recommended to test for internal issues including uterine cancer. The gynaecologist may also recommend an ultrasound from your nearest medical center in Sharjah.  Treatments For Uterine BleedingIf your abnormal uterine bleeding is due to hormonal changes, maintaining a healthy weight can prevent some of the hormonal issues. Just like in the case of diagnosis, abnormal bleeding is treated depending upon the age of the patient. Your gynaecologist in Sharjah will also need to know whether you want to get pregnant in future before going forward with treatment. For instance, IUDs that release hormones, as well as some birth control pills, reduce uterine bleeding, but it will prevent you from conceiving. A D& C or dilation and curettage is a recommended procedure to remove the inner lining of the uterus while under general anaesthesia. Often D& C can make heavy bleeding stop. For some women, hysterectomy is recommended by their gynaecologist. As it a surgical procedure that involves the complete removal of the uterus, you might have to move to a specialized clinic for the same. Non-invasive procedures include intaking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs which can reduce the bleeding. Also in most cases, your gynaecologist will recommend iron supplement tablets to ensure that you don’t become anaemic.Consult your gynaecologist today at your nearest medical center in Sharjah if you suffer from abnormal bleeding.
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