A study to evaluate the aetiological factors and management of puberty menorrhagia

Roychowdhury, Joydeb; Chaudhuri, Snehamay; Sarkar, Asim and Biswas, Pranab Kumar (2008) A study to evaluate the aetiological factors and management of puberty menorrhagia. Online Journal Of Health And Allied Sciences, 7 (1). ISSN 0972-5997

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Abstract

Introduction: This study aims to evaluate the incidence, clinical presentation, etiological factors and treatment outcomes of the patients suffering from puberty menorrhagia. Methods: 65 patients with puberty menorrhagia attending the outpatient as well as indoor department of NRS Medical College, Kolkata during the period from February, 2005 to July,2006 were included in the study. They were prospectively analysed to assess the aetiological factors and the outcome of treatment required to manage these cases. Results – The incidence of puberty menorrhagia was 9.6% in our study. 40%s patients had menarche between 12-13 years. 61.6% had anovulatory dysfunctional uterine bleeding(DUB). 15.4% had hematological causes. Hypothyroidism, endometrial tuberculosis, polycystic ovarian disease were other important causes. 40% were relieved with tranexamic acid, 26% required hormone treatment and 35.3% received blood transfusion. Conclusion: Anovulatory DUB is the cause of menorrhagia in most of the cases .Medical treatment is mostly effective while surgical procedures are limited to few specific cases.

EPrint Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Puberty menoorhagia, Anovulation, Hematological disease, Polycystic ovarian disease, Etiology, Puberty
Subjects:Reproductive and Urinary Physiology > Reproduction
Pathological Conditions, Signs and Symptoms > Pathologic Processes > Hemorrhage
-Journal Repositories > Online Journal of Health and Allied Sciences
Investigative Techniques > Epidemiologic Methods > Data Collection > Vital Statistics > Morbidity > Incidence
Neoplasms > Cysts > Ovarian Cysts
Persons > Age Groups > Adolescent
Reproductive and Urinary Physiology > Reproduction > Menstrual Cycle
ID Code:2869
Deposited By:Dr Srinivas Kakkilaya
Deposited On:26 May 2008

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