Increased Uterine Bleeding; The uterus or uterine organ basically consists of two layers. A thin Endometrium layer on the inside and a thick layer of muscle on the outside. Due to hormonal changes in women of reproductive age, the inner layer thickens every month and then shed, causing menstrual bleeding or menstruation. Although each woman has her own menstrual cycle, excessive or decreased bleeding may be seen in some periods due to various reasons. This condition is called abnormal uterine bleeding.
In this situation, which may be different in every age group, laboratory tests, gynecological examination and ultrasound are used to make a diagnosis. Physicians can take a biopsy of the uterine wall if they need it.
If necessary, tissue diagnosis is needed to understand the cause of increased vaginal bleeding. These procedures can mostly be done in office conditions without requiring anesthesia.
In some cases, the physician must look directly into the uterus with a camera, this procedure is performed in operating room conditions using a method called hysteroscopy.
The vast majority of increased vaginal bleeding can be treated without the need for surgery.
Intrauterine Device with Endometrial Hormone
Hormone spirals placed in the uterus are used both to prevent pregnancy and to treat bleeding.
Rarely, when there is no response to other methods, a definite result is achieved in the treatment of increased bleeding with the removal of the uterus by hysterectomy surgery. With an experienced surgeon, this procedure can be completed laparoscopically / robotically in the vast majority of cases.