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Non-surgical treatment of a thick womb lining???

(7 Posts)
crazycatladyonthecorner Fri 22-Apr-16 10:20:07

I am 51, peri-menopausal, have been diagnosed with fibroids and a thick womb lining. The result being I have been bleeding a lot since December. I have bled continuously for 5 weeks now..
I am taking Primolut which has stopped the clots but not the bleeding. I have had an endometrial biopsy and there is nothing worrying, so it's just the bleeding.
I am seeing a gyn. specialist next week, I know she will suggest an endometrial ablation as thats what my regular gyne suggested.
I would rather avoid surgery, is there any successful non-surgical treatments out there???
Any advice would be appreciated ladies.

NK346f2849X127d8bca260 Fri 22-Apr-16 19:48:09

Don't know if it is an option, but the mirena is used for problematic bleeding in the perimenopause.

crazycatladyonthecorner Sat 23-Apr-16 07:46:50

Thanks for the reply. I had the Mirena in about 6 years ago. I bled for nearly a full year, then it fell out after 3 years so not a huge fan. Hopefully there is some other solution.

hairymuffet Sun 24-Apr-16 19:44:02

Prostap injections ??

PollyPerky Sun 24-Apr-16 20:14:37

Have you been offered hormonal treatment? Progestogens such as Norethisterone are used for hyperplasia (thickened lining) . usually, heavy bleeding in peri is because you aren't having complete cycles when the lining would normally be shed as a period.

Maybe you can re-think the Mirena? Bodies change and what happened 6 years ago may not happen again.

PollyPerky Sun 24-Apr-16 20:16:21

You might find this advice on Menopause Matters site helpful- written by a consultant gynae.

www.menopausematters.co.uk/periodtreatments.php

MountainDweller Mon 25-Apr-16 00:38:37

I take Synarel (nasal spray) for endo. It stops periods! It's used for fibroids too. Like Prostap but you take it daily.

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