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Diagnosed with probable adenemyosis. Heavy blood loss, dizziness. Related to adenemyosis? Suggestions?

Hi, I was diagnosed with probable adenemyosis about two years ago after an MRI scan for an ovarian cyst which was later operated on and removed. The pain and heavy blood loss is getting worse each month and most recently I halos had symptoms of light headed was and fainting . Could you tell me if this is likely to be related to the adenemyosis. I have never had treatment as I do not tolerate hormone treatments at all well and don t want a hysterectomy . Thanks.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Thanks for posting your query.
As you are having adenomyosis so bleeding heavily and pain. Due to excessive blood loss your body becomes dehydrated and anemia occurs,it may lower you blood pressure, then it may present like light headedness and fainting. You should treat adnomyosis and stop excessive blood loss, if you can tolerate hormone treatment then you may choose Endometrial ablation or Uterine artery embolization.
You should take large amount of water and healthy diet. Use folic acid, iron and other vitamin supplements to build new blood fastly.
You can visit your doctor and check your hemoglobin levels and blood pressure.
Hope it helps.
take Care!
Answered: Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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