Heavy Period Clinic
Heavy periods, clinically known as menorrhagia, are caused by many factors. They usually occur when the lining of the uterus becomes thicker than expected each menstrual cycle. As it throws a heavy flow occurs. Many women wonder if their periods are heavy enough to warrant treatment.

Dr. Tulika Sinha describes menorrhagia as a period that lasts more than seven days or with a flow that absorbs through one or more tampons or buffers in an hour. One consideration your doctor can use is whether your periods are heavy or painful enough to interfere with your daily activities. In addition, it can determine if your blood loss makes you anaemic, which usually indicates the need for treatment.

If you are dealing with any such problem, contact us today. We will provide you with the best and most affordable treatment.