intermenstrual


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intermenstrual

[‚in·tər′men·strəl]
(physiology)
Between periods of menstruation.
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For transgender patients taking testosterone, over-the-counter vaginal moisturizers and DHEA suppositories can help treat intermenstrual spotting due to vaginal atrophy, but not all patients are comfortable using these treatments
Side effects, most commonly nausea and intermenstrual bleeding, prompted 15% on Yaz and 4% on placebo to drop out (Obstet.
The relationship between menstrual cycle phase and body image has been examined before, but interest was focused primarily on changes in the premenstrual and menstrual phases relative to the rest of the cycle (often referred to as the intermenstrual phase).
En este estudio, 50% de las mujeres que recibieron el anticonceptivo inyectable de progestina presentaron sangrado endometrial intermenstrual (42).
In other instances, it can be found in endocervical polyps, causing intermenstrual and postcoital bleeding.
11) Patients may present with severe dysmenorrhoea, lower abdominal pain, paravaginal mass, excessive foul smelling mucopurulent discharge and intermenstrual bleeding depending on the existence of uterine or vaginal communications.
The most common symptoms include intermenstrual spotting, heavy menstrual bleeding, painful cramps (dysmenorrhea), and painful intercourse (dyspareunia); women with long-term, severe endometriosis commonly are treated by hysterectomy and oophorectomy.
St John's Wort can reduce the effects of warfarin and cause intermenstrual bleeding in women taking the contraceptive pill.
St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) induces several cytochrome P450 enzymes and the transporter protein P-glycoprotein and has significant effects on a range of drugs causing reduced anticoagulation by warfarin, decreased action of cyclosporine with acute organ transplant rejections, and intermenstrual bleeding in women taking the oral contraceptive pill.
However, 13 of 17 women had intermenstrual bleeding during cycle A and 15 of 17 during cycle B, and only 6 of 1 7 during OC alone.
The proportion of women who reported increased menstrual bleeding also decreased over time-from 5% to 3%--when attrition was accounted for, but intermenstrual spotting did not change during the study period.