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1 in 4 women1 experience heavy periods and treatment options are available.

You don’t have to live with heavy periods.

You don’t have to live with heavy periods.

Heavy periods (medically known as ‘abnormal uterine bleeding’) can affect our everyday lives socially, emotionally and physically. As well as experiencing heavy blood loss, our periods can also be painful and make us tired, irritable, and even anaemic, not to mention the embarrassment that heavy bleeding can cause.

Talk to your doctor about the options available to meet your clinical needs.

Get your confidence back

Have the confidence to wear white again. If you experience heavy periods, we want you to know that you are not alone.

Clinical Care Standard

The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care published a Clinical Care Standard on Heavy Menstrual Bleeding in October 2017 to ensure women are offered the least invasive and most effective treatment appropriate to their clinical needs.

These guidelines also help to ensure women have the opportunity to make an informed choice from the range of treatments suitable to their individual situation. We recommend you take a look.

 

Find A Gynaecologist

Heavy Menstrual Bleeding affects 1 in 4 women1. Treatment options are available. Talk to your doctor about the options most suitable to your clinical needs. All doctors listed have identified themselves for the treatment of Heavy Menstrual Bleeding and have provided their consent to be featured on this website.

 

1. The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, Heavy Menstrual Bleeding Clinical Care Standards, October 2017.

All Wear White Again videos are intended for general awareness of heavy periods and treatment options. If you suffer from heavy periods, talk to your doctor. Your doctor will advise you of the most suitable treatment options for your personal situation. Views and opinions expressed herein by third parties are theirs alone. Testimonials appearing in this video are from real patients. They are individual experiences, reflecting their personal real-life experiences. Every woman is different and not all patients will have the same experience. An endometrial ablation is indicated for premenopausal women with benign causes of heavy menstrual bleeding who have completed their childbearing.