menometrorrhagia


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men·o·me·tror·rha·gi·a

n. menometrorragia, sangrado anormal entre menstruaciones.
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6%) patients followed by menometrorrhagia in 17 (23.
Clinical characteristics of the patients Case Age-years Menopause Clinical findings Side Tumor size 1 48 No Menometrorrhagia L 18 mm 2 50 No Menometrorrhagia L 2 mm 3 55 Yes Desensus uteri R 10 mm 4 34 No Pregnancy R 4.
The patient tolerated the medication very well which in addition, were able to control menometrorrhagia with consequent decrease over time in transfusion needs.
6%) followed by menometrorrhagia 6 out of 40 perimenopausal women (15.
Late-onset galactorrhea and menometrorrhagia with venlafaxine use in a migraine patient.
Although most cases are asymptomatic, patients can present menometrorrhagia, pelvic pain, and infertility when the myomas are large or numerous or if their location is problematic (i.
Gynecomastia was seen in a 12-year-old boy with breast tenderness after ingesting ginseng for 1 month, and menometrorrhagia was detected in a 39-year-old woman after taking ginseng for orally for cosmetic purposes.
6) 28 y/o G2P2 with 2ry infertility, obesity, and menometrorrhagia with liquid based cytology showing AGC-NOS.
Endometrial cancer presents most commonly with menometrorrhagia and sometimes with intermenstrual bleeding, but rarely with regularly timed menses.
Age at diagnosis, previous diagnosis of infertility and polycystic ovary syndrome, type of abnormal uterine bleeding (Menorrhagia, menometrorrhagia, or oligomenorrhea) were in dividually recorded as the characteristic features.
TABLE 2 Common physical symptoms reported by female MST survivors * (17,25) Reproductive/gynecological Pulmonary * Dysmenorrhea * Sinus congestion * Severe premenstrual symptoms * Allergies * Menometrorrhagia * Cough * Chronic pelvic pain GI Neurologic/rheumatologic * Indigestion * Severe headache * Diarrhea and constipation * Chronic back pain * Dysphagia/odynophagia * Knee/foot pain/aching/stiffness * Irritable bowel syndrome Other CVD/CVD risk factors * Chronic fatigue * HTN * Vision problems * Obesity * Hearing problems * Sedentary lifestyle * Weight loss * Alcohol use problem * Smoking * Hysterectomy <40 y * This is a selection of the symptoms and risk factors MST survivors present with; it is not an exhaustive list.
Gastrointestinal bleeding, epistaxis, hematuria, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, syncopal attacks, chest pain, headache, and menometrorrhagia are other findings or complaints in these patients (5), (6).