Reduction of menstrual blood loss by danazol in unexplained menorrhagia: lack of effect of placebo.

@article{Chimbira1980ReductionOM,
  title={Reduction of menstrual blood loss by danazol in unexplained menorrhagia: lack of effect of placebo.},
  author={T H Chimbira and Andy B. Anderson and Claudia Naish and Edward Cope and A c Turnbull},
  journal={British journal of obstetrics and gynaecology},
  year={1980},
  volume={87 12},
  pages={1152-8}
}
In women with menorrhagia of unknown cause, the efficacy of the drug danazol in reducing heavy menstrual blood loss was investigated making objective measurements of menstrual blood loss. Drug regimens tested were daily administration of 200 or 100 mg danazol for 12 weeks and daily danazol given in the luteal phase or during menstruation. The results… CONTINUE READING