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Complex Endometrial Hyperplasia

Prevention of Complex Endometrial Hyperplasia

While these techniques are not infallible in preventing complex endometrial hyperplasia, following these tips can help reduce a woman’s risk of developing the condition. Also, women can learn the symptoms of hyperplasia to learn to identify the signs.
These are some ways of reducing the risk to possibly prevent complex endometrial hyperplasia:
  • Patients taking estrogen after menopause should also take progestin or progesterone.
  • Birth control bills can help regulate an irregular menstrual cycle.
  • Forms of progesterone may be taken if menstrual cycles are irregular
  • If overweight, lose weight and maintain a normal weight.

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