Are you at risk for a bleeding disorder?
About 17% of women in the U.S. are affected by iron deficiency anemia. Could you be one of them?
If left untreated, these common disorders can have a serious impact on your quality of life
This common condition can lead to postpartum depression and development problems in children if left untreated
I realized I couldn't keep living with debilitating bleeding and fatigue every month. Finally, I found the diagnosis and the care that I needed
My fibroids caused severe anemia, and I needed a blood transfusion. But I've learned to manage the condition and advocate for the compassionate care I need
Weakness, headaches and even feeling out of breath are common symptoms, but sometimes they may point to a larger problem.
Heavy uterine bleeding is one of the most common gynecological complaints.
Heavy uterine bleeding may disrupt a woman's everyday life, but losing so much blood can also cause this potentially serious condition.
FAQ about heavy uterine bleeding and iron deficiency anemia.
If your monthly periods are heavy or prolonged or both, you may suffer from menorrhagia, the medical term for heavy menstrual bleeding. If so, seek treatment from your health care professional.