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Heavy bleeding, inhomogeneous myometrium, weakness

I am 41 year old woman. Since last 4 years I am suffering from heavy bleeding {2-3} days a month. My TVS report says that myometrium is inhomogenous . An intra mural fibroid [14* 13] mm is seen in the anterrior wall. endometrium is thickend .[14mm]. I have 2 children 8 yrs n 17 yrs. what should I do for this problem as weakness also persists.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Mar 2012
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hi.. the reason for your heavy bleeding is fibroid. you should consult gynaecologist and get treated for this. there are medical and surgical methods for management. you may be anemic because of your heavy bleeding and thats the reason for your weakness. get your haemoglobin checked and start taking iron tablets. all the best.
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