<< Emergency Department Management Of Vaginal Bleeding In The Nonpregnant Patient


Treatment recommendations are based mostly on expert opinion; evidence is limited. There is marked variation in practice, and the most appropriate treatment is uncertain. Many factors should be considered when choosing treatment for nonpregnancyrelated uterine bleeding, including the patient’s age, individual risk factors, the likely cause of the bleeding, and timeliness of follow-up care. 

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