Heavy or prolonged  menstrual bleeding, bleeding with intercourse, bleeding between periods and especially painful cramps can be signs of a menstrual disorder in women of menstruation age. Depending on the menstrual cycle problem or condition and the severity, medical and/or surgical intervention methods are available.

Menstrual disorders include:

Treatment for menstrual disorders will depend on diagnosis. Medical interventions include:

  • Non-steroid anti-inflammatories
  • Prescription pills, vaginal ring or patch 
  • Progesterone implant
  • Progesterone intrauterine devices (IUDs)

Surgical options are available to patients with menstrual disorders, and often include minimally invasive procedures with short recovery times.

Procedures include:

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For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 847.570.5020.

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