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Why my period last to much ?

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Dr. David Finke
Obstetrics & Gynecology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Time to see your doc

If you see a doctor for heavy periods, they will want to make sure that you don't have any fibroids (usually benign tumors of the uterus) or polyps (growths of tissue from the uterine lining).
If you have always had heavy periods, you may want to make sure you don't have a bleeding problem in general. Sometimes there is no definite cause, but knowing it isn't cancer is a must. Next, treat it.

In brief: Time to see your doc

If you see a doctor for heavy periods, they will want to make sure that you don't have any fibroids (usually benign tumors of the uterus) or polyps (growths of tissue from the uterine lining).
If you have always had heavy periods, you may want to make sure you don't have a bleeding problem in general. Sometimes there is no definite cause, but knowing it isn't cancer is a must. Next, treat it.
Dr. David Finke
Dr. David Finke
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Dr. Michael Flax
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Adenomyosis

Sometimes the lining of the uterus invades the muscle of the uterus causing pain &/or bleeding.
This is usually seen in women who have had children. The only successful treatment is hysterectomy, but ...I agree that all possible causes should be looked at by biopsy &/or ultrasound.

In brief: Adenomyosis

Sometimes the lining of the uterus invades the muscle of the uterus causing pain &/or bleeding.
This is usually seen in women who have had children. The only successful treatment is hysterectomy, but ...I agree that all possible causes should be looked at by biopsy &/or ultrasound.
Dr. Michael Flax
Dr. Michael Flax
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Dr. Michael Flax
I'm sorry, always biopsy then maybe ultra sound
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