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Treatment for continuous bleeding due to fibroid in the posterior wall - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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my bleeding is not stoping there is fibroid is 15x16mm seen in the posterior wall
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Can you give me some more details pertaining to your problem ?
User :   my bleeding is not stoping there is fibroid of 15x16mm seen in the anterior wall.Another small fibroid is also seen in the posterior wall. Doctor: Hi
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   May I know your age?
User :   27 years female
Doctor :   Since how many days are you bleeding?
User :   15 days
Doctor :   Have you had similar symptoms in the past?
User :   no
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   You mentioned that you had fibroid, when was it diagnosed?
User :   20 Dec 2010
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Let me brief you.
Doctor :   Fibroid uterus can cause menstrual irregularities with increased bleeding.
Doctor :   Your current symptoms can be treated with medications such as birth control pills,
User :   what is remedy
Doctor :   which can be prescribed by your gynaecologist.
User :   can you name any pill
Doctor :   You can report to your doctor, who will prescribe you the pill.
Doctor :   Since they are prescription only medications, I cannot suggest then onlih
Doctor :   *online without a physical examination.
User :   is operation required as per size ?
Doctor :   Hence you can report to your doctor who will prescribe the medications.
User :   or it can be recover by medicin only?
Doctor :   Medications will treat your symptoms,
User :   i want to discribe the history
Doctor :   but if you are looking for a definite treatment, then surgery is the most effective treatment.
User :   the fobrod was first detected in size 12x12 in 20 march 2010 in Intramural
Doctor :   Ok
User :   many birth control pills are given like norehisteron for 6 months
Doctor :   Ok
User :   the fobrod capt on growing
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   I shall explain it to you.
User :   ok
User :   tell me
Doctor :   Fibroid in the uterus can remain asymptomatic, meaning one can be completely normal even if there is a fibroid.
Doctor :   in such conditions, doctors usually wait and watch how the fibroids are progressing.
Doctor :   The medications given are to control symptoms, if there are any.
Doctor :   Birth control pills are used to control menstruation,
User :   but now those pills are not working, bleeding is continous
User :   tell us what to do?
Doctor :   If the bleeding is not reducing inspite of these medications, you will need
Doctor :   1. A change of medication - a combined oral contraceptive pill,
Doctor :   or antiandrogen therapy.
Doctor :   2. If the bleeding is severe, then corrective surgery will be necessary.
User :   please name the pill
Doctor :   The medical pills can be prescribed by a gynaecologist after a physical examination only.
Doctor :   Hence you need to report to your gynaecologist who will suggest you the alternative medication,
Doctor :   a trial of medications can be given if the bleeding isn't very severe,
Doctor :   however, if the bleeding is severe, then corrective surgical treatment may be needed.
Doctor :   Have you followed what I have suggested?
Doctor :   Are you there?
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