that cause minor bleeding may not need
control pills for heavy bleeding in women with
sprays such as desmopressin acetate (DDAVP) for heavy
menstrual bleeding and nosebleeds
of DDAVP into the vein before surgery, or for severe
called clotting agents help blood clot and help control
ablation which causes sterility (inability to become
pregnant), but it does not trigger menopause
- hysterectomy or removal of the uterus in severe cases; however it should be noted that women who have bleeding disorders increase the risk of bleeding from the surgery itself
If you have a bleeding disorder, you should see a specialist called a hematologist who has special training in bleeding disorders and can help you find the best treatment option for your condition.
- natural progesterone (not synthetic progestins such as Provera) sometimes helps to regulate menstrual bleeding and helps to lessen the amount of blood lost during menstruation
What are the symptoms of Bleeding Disorders?Visit our Health Symptoms Guide Index for more information about Bleeding Disorders and other women's health conditions.
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Remember it is always your choice to seek a second opinion if you are uncomfortable or have any unanswered questions about the treatment recommended by your health care provider.