Menstrual Problems in Fort Worth, TX
Get the help you need when you experience painful or abnormal menstrual conditions. At the offices of Steven R. Edmondson, MD PA, we work with women experiencing menstrual problems in Fort Worth, Texas, so they can live healthier, more pain-free lives. There are many types of menstrual issues, and some can be symptoms of much more serious problems. For this reason, it’s important to seek menstrual problem treatments from experienced medical professionals who can determine the causes and most effective solutions for your specific case. If you experience any of the following symptoms or conditions, speak with our gynecologist about your treatment options:
- Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding
- Missed or Irregular Periods
- Painful Periods
- Heavy Periods
Finding Effective Menstrual Problem Treatments
Count on our medical team to provide relief from your worst menstrual symptoms. Painful or irregular menstrual cycles are not normal, and you don’t have to live with those symptoms. Our clinic has been in business for nearly three decades and in that time, we have helped numerous women throughout the Fort Worth area diagnose the underlying causes of their menstrual problems and find effective treatments for the causes and the symptoms-and we want to use our experience to help you, too.
Dr. Edmondson works with you to talk you through your options so you can make a more informed decision about your health. Treatments depend on the causes and severity of your condition and include the following:
• Addressing and Treating an Underlying Disease • Changing Your Type of Birth Control • Hormone Therapy • Lifestyle Changes • Surgery • Edometrial Ablation
Irregular Periods Could Be a Sign of More Serious Issues
Understand the causes of your menstrual issues in order to promote overall better health. Some causes of irregular periods such as stress and excessive exercise, are less severe and can usually be treated with simple lifestyle changes. However, more serious causes such as hypothyroidism, fibroids, or polycystic ovary disease, bleeding disorders, can be more hazardous to your health. Dr. Edmondson tests for these conditions, and if the results indicate you do have one of them, he will provide counseling, treatments, and other resources that can help you achieve better health. If you are unsure whether your menstrual cycle is irregular or if the pain you experience is abnormal, speak with our medical staff about your symptoms at your next gynecological exam.