You are probably suffering with menorrhagia
, specific treatment for is based on a number of factors, which includes:-Your overall health and medical history,The cause and severity of the condition, Your tolerance for specific medications, procedures or therapies,The likelihood that your periods will become less heavy soon, Your future childbearing plans, Effects of the condition on your lifestyle & Your opinion or personal preference
Drug therapy may include:
. If the condition is accompanied by anemia, your doctor may recommend that you take iron supplements regularly. If your iron levels are low but you're not yet anemic, you may be started on iron supplements rather than waiting until you become anemic.
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others) or naproxen (Aleve), help reduce menstrual blood loss. NSAIDs have the added benefit of relieving painful menstrual cramps
Oral contraceptives. Aside from providing effective birth control, oral contraceptives can help regulate menstrual cycles and reduce episodes of excessive or prolonged menstrual bleeding
. When taken for 10 or more days of each menstrual cycle, the hormone progesterone can help correct hormonal imbalance and reduce menorrhagia.
The hormonal IUD (Mirena). This type of intrauterine device
releases a type of progestin called levonorgestrel
, which makes the uterine lining thin and decreases menstrual blood flow and cramping.
It is not dangerous. It is curable. Consult Gynecologist for proper Treatment.