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Case Study: Investigating Oligomenorrhea

Patient case discussing the reasons for change in bleeding pattern and the important questions to ask

     

    49 year old patient who underwent menopause 5 years ago. She has been using a Mirena® (52mg levonorgestrel) IUS. She has been symptom free until the last 3 months where she has developed intermittent bleeding. She comes into your clinic concerned about the bleeding. These patient case studies are all fictitious.

     
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    Learning objectives:

    • The reasons for changes in bleeding patterns and the important questions to ask
    • Investigations for post-menopausal bleeding in patients with IUS in situ

     

    Duration | 6 minutes 45 seconds

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