Primary Care Management of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

@inproceedings{Hartmann2013PrimaryCM,
  title={Primary Care Management of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding},
  author={Katherine E. Hartmann and Rebecca N. Jerome and Mary Louise Lindegren and Shannon A Potter and Tracy Shields and Tanya Surawicz and Jeffrey Campbell Andrews},
  year={2013}
}
Authors' conclusions Two interventions for irregular bleeding (metformin, COCs) and four for heavy cyclic bleeding (LNG-IUS, NSAIDs, TXA) have low or moderate strength of evidence for effectiveness, while COCs have high strength of evidence. Several common interventions (including diet and exercise and acupuncture) lack sufficient evidence. Across interventions, data are sparse to evaluate long-term improvements and risk of harms. Limitations include a predominance of small, short trials… CONTINUE READING

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