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 Uterine bleeding at irregular intervals,
 particularly between the expected menstrual

 Metrorrhagia may be a sign of an underlying
 disorder, such as hormone imbalance,
 endometriosis, uterine fibroids or, rarely, cancer
 of the uterus.

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 Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding
 Uterine Fibroid
 Endometriosis
 Hormone Imbalance
 Cervical Cancer
 Endometrial Hyperplasia
 Ectopic Pregnancy
 Endometrial polyps
 Bleeding Disorders

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   Signs & symptoms of Metrorrhagia

 Bleeding between periods

 Irregular menstrual cycles

 Cramping abdominal pain with bleeding.

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             Risk factors for Metrorrhagia

 Hormones : Low Progesterone or Estrogen Dominance
               Low Adrenal Function

 Infections : Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
               Lyme Disease

 Medications : Birth Control Pill / Contraceptive Issues

 Tumors Benign : Ovarian Cysts

 Tumors, Malignant : Endometrial Cancer

 Uro-Genital : Endometrial Hyperplasia

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 Based on a complete medical history, particularly the
  frequency and length of menstrual periods.

 Physical Examination.

 Blood Tests.

 Radiological Findings depending upon the suspected
  cause of metrorrhagia.

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                  PHYSICAL EXAMINATION

 Examine for signs of bleeding disorder - e.g. widespread
  bruising, swollen joints, bleeding gums.

 Speculum examination looking for cervicitis, cervical "erosion",
  cervical cancer, cervical polyps

 Bimanual pelvic examination to feel for signs of fibroids,
  pregnancy, pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy

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                           BLOOD TESTS

 Full blood count (looking for anemia due to blood loss and
    reduced platelets indicating a bleeding disorder)
   Iron studies
   Electrolytes and renal function tests
   Thyroid Function Tests
   Pregnancy test (to exclude ectopic pregnancy or
   Coagulation profile to help rule out acquired or hereditary
    bleeding disorders

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            Radiological investigations

 Trans vaginal pelvic ultrasound scan can detect fibroids
  and thickened endometrial lining (lining of the uterus)

 CT Scan of abdomen and pelvis may be indicated

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