Heavy Menstrual Bleeding: Assessing Impact, Evaluating Management Options
This supplement was submitted by Haymarket Medical Education. It was sponsored by Boston University School of Medicine and supported by an educational grant from Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals.
One-third of all women experience heavy menstrual bleeding at some point in their lives, which contributes to reduced quality of life, iron deficiency anemia, lost time from work or school, and increased clinical burden. This supplement provides case-based examples to help clinicians choose a management strategy that is appropriate for the individual patient and reflects cultural sensitivities and the patient’s desire for fertility.
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