Have you noticed abnormal bleeding? Bleeding that varies in degree or length from your normal period or occurs at unusual times may be caused by one of several factors. Happily, these causes are often easily treatable, and we offer many treatments at our office.
Abnormal bleeding may be a result of uterine polyps (small growths of endometrial tissue in the uterus), uterine fibroids (small growths of muscle tissue in the uterus), pre-cancerous or cancerous cells, hormone fluctuations, or vaginal or pelvic infections.
To learn more about the causes of and treatments for abnormal bleeding, visit Progressive Care for Women. Progressive Care for Women offers informative counseling and more. If you are experiencing abnormal bleeding, arrange a consultation promptly. To schedule an appointment, contact us.