Metrorrhagia Treatment

The treatment for metrorrhagia is dependant on the exact cause. Endometriosis is generally the most common cause of metrorrhagia.  Endometrirosis itself can have multiple causes and treatments.  For this reason it is important to both educated yourself on what can cause metrorrhagia and to consult the advice of a qualified specialist if you experience irregular bleeding two months in a row.  Don’t be afraid to get a second opinion if your Doctor suggests surgery as your first alternative.  All surgery has risks and in many cases Metrorrhagia can be resolved with non-surgical methods.

If you have heavy or severe bleeding or pain you should call your healthcare provider right away.  Listed below are several causes and common treatments for metrorrhagia.  The below treatments options should not be considered a definitive list.  Each case of metrorrhagia is unique and multiple factors often play a role.  Furthermore, each treatment has its own list of advantages and disadvantages.  Prospective patients are strongly recommended to research each treatment option in further depth.


Cause: Hormone imbalance
Treatment: prescription of hormones, Ayurvedic Medicines or Prescriptions


Cause: IUD (intra-uterine device)
Treatment: Removal of IUD


Cause: Erosion of Cervix
Treatment: Removal or destruction of cervical tissue


Cause: Polyps or fibroids (Polyps are usually non-cancerous but can be cancerous)
Treatment: Surgery,  Endometrial Ablation, Hysteroscopy, hysterectomy, Dilation and curettage


Cause: Cancer
Treatment: Surgery, Radiation, chemotherapy or a combination of these 3 treatments


Cause: Infection
Treatment: Medications and/or antibiotics


Cause: Endometriosis
Treatment: Various treatments


Some women have reported that herbal and/or Ayurvedic remedies have helped them stop metrorrhagia.  You should consult your healthcare provider to discover the cause of your metrorrhagia.  They will present the best treatment options for  you.  The information presented here is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified healthcare professional.


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