For women who have no history of blood clots or stroke and whom can tolerate hormones safely, and who wish to potentially conceive, a progesterone IUD (coil) may be offered, since it has been found that a low level slow release of progesterone can ease the symptoms of adenomyosis a great deal, and can improve irregular bleeding and potentially avoid the need for a hysterectomy.
Gonadotropin releasing treatments can also be used to treat adenomyosis for a limited time, but adenomyosis seems to reoccur after discontinuing the therapy. It can be used, however, to reduce the amount of adenomyosis and then the remaining areas can be resected if, for example if there is still a desire to conceive.
Tranexamic Acid a blood clotting agent is also given to help with conditions such as adenomyosis to assist with conditions that are created and worsened with blood haemorrhaging.
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