Side Effects Stop Taking Medication For Bleeding Due To Myoma?
I was sentenced by the doctor to lift myoma surgery by 8cm … then the doctor gave the medicine so that my menses stopped because it had been continuing for 15 days, but it did not clot and not too much, normal blood came out … what I asked was if the blood-stopping medication had run out if the bleeding will happen again.
Thank you for the question.
Myoma (leiomyoma) is a benign tumor in the uterus originating from the smooth muscle layer. This condition is indeed vulnerable to be experienced by women aged over 35 years, due to genetic, hormonal, and increased production of certain extracellular matrices. According to various literature, this condition is also related to the onset of premature menstruation, obesity, vitamin D deficiency, excessive consumption of red meat, consuming less vegetables and fruits, and excessive alcohol consumption.
Clinically, the myoma can make sufferers experience prolonged menstrual bleeding, occurs more frequently, and generally the blood that comes out is quite a lot and clotted. In the early stages, myoma can often be treated by administering several types of drugs, including anti-bleeding drugs, hormonal drugs, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. However, if the size of the myoma is large enough (more than 5 cm) and causes irritating complaints, often drug treatment alone is not enough to overcome this condition. Therefore, the doctor will recommend other medical procedures, such as uterine artery embolization, radiofrequency ablation, myomectomy, endometrial ablation, to hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus). Inadequate handling, not only risks causing repeated bleeding, but can also interfere with fertility and increases the risk of pregnancy disorders (such as miscarriage, placental abnormalities, fetal development restriction in the womb, and premature labor).
The selection of the best type of therapy in patients with myoma is certainly ideally made by a doctor or obstetrician who checks the patient directly, so it is not enough just to consult online like this. The selection of the best type of therapy is usually done by considering the patient's age, myoma size, clinical symptoms that appear, the response to treatment or other treatments that have been given previously, obstetric history, and general health conditions. Therefore, you should consult with him directly yes ..
I hope this helps.