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29 November 2010

Hysterectomies over prescribed by doctors

The world’s most effective birth control device is helping women do battle against heavy menstrual bleeding and preventing hysterectomy in many women's lives.

The world’s most effective birth control device 1 is helping women do battle against heavy menstrual bleeding and preventing hysterectomy in many women’s lives.

So, what’s available other than Hysterectomy to treat heavy menstrual bleeding, discomfort and burdensome pain? Anti-inflammatory therapy has been shown to reduce HMB by approximately 20-25%,  antifibrinolytic agents have shown a 40-50% reduction and oral contraceptives show a similar success rate.3  Women, though, are looking for an even more powerful, safe and effective intervention to support them in their ongoing monthly battle.

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