Abnormal bleeding(hemorrhage) means irregular bleeding between normal menstrual periods, or bleeding after menopause.
If you notice abnormal hemorrhage, it's necessary to speak to your doctor or gynecologist. an easy female pelvic examination and an up-to-date Pap smear will facilitate to appear for any attainable source of bleeding from the female genitals, vagina and cervix.
Non-cancerous (benign) growths within the womb, like fibroids, polyps, and excessive growth of the cells on the lining of the womb (a condition known as endometrial hyperplasia) are also common reason behind irregular bleeding. A pelvic ultrasound scan will determine a number of these issues.
Hysteroscopy is one among our specialised minimally invasive procedures and is considered the gold standard exam of the uterine cavity. Our combined diagnostic and therapeutic hysteroscopy means any benign growth are removed within the same surgery once it's known. it's additionally a vital test to exclude the chance of cancer within the womb.