Indian Journal of Research in Homoeopathy
Individualised homoeopathic approach for simple endometrial hyperplasia presenting with post-menopausal bleeding – A case report
Case report, Homoeopathy, Postmenopausal bleeding, Simple endometrial hyperplasia
Introduction: Post-menopausal bleeding (PMB) is defined as bleeding per vagina occurring after 1 year of amenorrhoea in a menopausal woman who is not receiving hormonal therapy.
Case Summary: This is a case report of a nulliparous woman aged 61 years, having PMB due to simple endometrial hyperplasia (EH) after 10 years of menopause. She was treated with individualised homoeopathic medicines. Trans-abdominal USG of lower abdomen showed complete resolution of hyperplastic endometrium from hyperplastic state (14 mm) to normal thickness (4 mm) after treatment for 11 months. Possible causal attribution of changes was assessed by Modified Naranjo Criteria (Score-10 out of 13). Follow-up over a period of 1 year of treatment, reflected no recurrence of symptoms, thus demonstrating a positive role of individualised homoeopathic treatment in simple EH having PMB.
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Das T, Chattopadhyay R, Saha S. Individualised homoeopathic approach for simple endometrial hyperplasia presenting with post-menopausal bleeding – A case report. Indian J Res Homoeopathy [Internet]. 2022 Mar 29; 16(1):Article 7. Available from: https://www.ijrh.org/journal/vol16/iss1/7. Free full text article.