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Stop Bleeding Naturally With Traditional Chinese Medicine- Yunnan Baiyao by Mind Body Spirit .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 11 Dec 2009 10:14am There is nothing more panic-inducing than seeing blood where it shouldn't be; that is - anywhere other than coursing through your veins. Women are used to seeing blood monthly during their menses, but other than that, blood belongs inside one's body. Cuts can usually be dealt with easily, if you haven't chopped off a limb, but when you see blood ... Read on »
Risk of Postpartum Bleeding Higher After Cesarean - Study suggests induction also increases risk of severe hemorrhage - Modern M by Jodi K. Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 12:00am   Study suggests induction also increases risk of severe hemorrhage Publish date: Sep 24, 2009           THURSDAY, Sept. 24 (HealthDay News) -- The risk of severe postpartum hemorrhage increases after induction and pre-labor cesarean section, according to a study in the ... Read on »
Understanding Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: Part 2 by DigestBetter .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm PAUL MONIZ: I'm Paul Moniz. Thank you for joining us on this webcast. Today we are discussing abnormal uterine bleeding and it's connection to fibroids. Fibroids are benign muscle tumors that usually grow in the uterus, but they can occur elsewhere, causing in some cases pain and infertility. As many as 20-50 percent of all women actually develop t ... Read on »
Lupron to prevent menstrual bleeding or uterine bleeding during cancer therapy by Mark Levin Posted Sun 29 May 2011 6:09pm Patients who are severely thrombocytopenic are at risk of bleeding and when they are female, rendering them amenorrheic is of immediate clinical benefit. Leukemic patients are often rendered amenorrheic to avoid bleeding complicaitons, if the chemotherapy itself does not do so. In endomteriosis, amenorrhea occurrs on Lupron in 74% and 98% of ... Read on »
abnormal uterine bleeding - Causes of Abnormal Menstrual Bleeding by Gynecology Laparoscopic Posted Thu 23 Jun 2011 7:43am According to studies, 10 to 30% of females are prone to abnormal uterine bleeding at some point in their life. Abnormal uterine or menstrual bleeding refers to any bleeding from the vagina, other than the normal menstrual period. Heavy menstrual bleeding also known as menorrhagia can fall into the category of abnormal menstrual ... Read on »
Bleeding Gums Make Positive the Relatives is Safe from Bleeding Gums by Merrilee Fullerton Medical Doctor Posted Wed 25 Apr 2012 10:05pm Defining gums- Gums consist primarily of light pink flesh & bones, with the main purpose of covering jaw bones. It is also the gums which hold teeth in each respective socket. Now the query is why do gums bleed in the work of teeth brushing? What causes bleeding?- The largest culprit causing gum bleeding is inflammation & infection in the ... Read on »
Intestinal bleeding by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm Intestinal bleeding is a serious symptom of gastrointestinal disease. It can present as vomiting blood related to a bleeding ulcer, black and tarry stool related to a bleeding ulcer, or bright red blood from the rectum related to an ulcer, colitis or hemorrhoids. Bleeding can also be microscopic so that it cannot be seen, but ca ... Read on »
Two Case Studies -- Diarrhea-IBS and Constipation-IBS and GI Fx Stool Test: Overgrowth of Pathobiont Klebsiella, Fungi Rhodotoru by Dr. B G Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Thu 23 Jan 2014 1:40am Here is a functional medicine case -- 5 year old austic boy with constipation-IBS  (credit: GDX Diagnostics) Klebsiella oxytoca + Fungal Rhodotorula Small Intestine Overgrowth Credit: GDX Diagnostics Buttloads of Butyrate flooding the whole body Due to SIBO/SIFO Per GDX/Metametrix Here we find an ... Read on »
FDA Drug Safety Communication: Update on the risk for serious bleeding events with the anticoagulant Pradaxa by FDA Posted Mon 05 Nov 2012 1:24pm This update is a follow-up to the FDA Drug Safety Communication of 12/7/2011 : Safety review of post-market reports of serious bleeding events with the anticoagulant Pradaxa (dabigatran etexilate mesylate) Safety Announcement [11-02-2012] The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has evaluated new i ... Read on »
Bleeding in the Digestive Tract by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm Bleeding in the digestive tract is a symptom of a disease rather than a disease itself. Bleeding can occur as the result of a number of different conditions, some of which are life threatening. Most causes of bleeding are related to conditions that can be cured or controlled, such as ulcers or hemorrhoids. The cause of bleeding may not ... Read on »