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Q. My wife is having heavy menstrual bleeding for 13 days. Please suggest treatment.

Answered by
Dr. Sameer Kumar
and medically reviewed by Dr. Sneha Kannan
This is a premium question & answer published on May 16, 2020 and last reviewed on: Apr 01, 2021

Hi doctor,

My wife is 46 years old. She is having heavy bleeding during menstruation. She did not have her periods for eight months. Now, she started to have periods before 13 days and it is continuing to date. She uses five to six sanitary pads a day. Also, she has abdominal pain and constipation for the past three days. She is taking Trenaxa thrice a day, Spasmodart for abdominal pain, and Shelcal once a day. From yesterday, she is taking an injection of Aquaviron 25 mg. She also has weakness in her body. I need a second opinion and please suggest some treatment options.

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Hi,

Welcome to iclin iq.com.

From the history, it is clear that she is in her peri-menopausal stage and so she is experiencing menorrhagia or excessive bleeding for 13 days. It is commonly seen in peri-menopausal women. She has been given antifibrinolytics in the form of Trenaxa (Tranexamic acid) and it is fine. If the bleeding is uncontrollable, then she needs to do an ultrasound pelvis to check her present endometrial thickness. If the endometrial thickness is above 9 mm, then she can start taking Progesterone pills for ten days to control the bleeding along with Diosmin and antifibrinolytics. If she has dizziness and weakness, then she may require hospitalization for having intravenous support.

Thank you doctor,

She is taking an Aquaviron 25 mg injection every day. Still, there are two more injections to be taken for the next two days. She has done an ultrasound pelvis last year and the endometrial thickness was 24 mm. Please suggest.

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Hi,

Welcome back to icliniq.com.

As her endometrial thickness was 24 mm on her previous scan, then she needs to do an ultrasound pelvis immediately and if there is a need, she needs to do a D&C (dilation and curettage) procedure to take the endometrium out. It has to be sent for histopathology to rule out endometrial hyperplasia with or without atypia or endometrial cancer. Curettage will help to stop the bleeding. In the meantime, she can continue taking Trenaxa.

Thank you doctor,

We thank you for helping us.

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Hi,

Welcome back to icliniq.com.

You are welcome.


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