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Support for your patients with heavy menstrual bleeding

 

Heavy menstrual bleeding affects around one in five Australian women. Also known as menorrhagia, this condition can cause significant disruption and distress.1

 

There are a range of treatments available, both medical and surgical, which can reduce the amount of blood lost during a period.1 Our patient guide can help you counsel your patients about their treatment options when it comes to managing heavy menstrual bleeding.

 

Download the heavy menstrual bleeding patient guide for your patients or contact us at 1800 PFIZER (1800 734 937) to order a printed guide.

 

 

 

 

 

Date of preparation: August 2018. PP-DUA-AUS-0307

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References

  1. Jean Hailes. Heavy bleeding. Available at: https://jeanhailes.org.au/health-a-z/periods/heavy-bleeding (Accessed August 2018)