Women may experience abnormal uterine bleeding during their reproductive years. Symptoms can interfere with a woman's quality of life. To help women with abnormal uterine bleeding understand their treatment choices and work with their health care provider to choose the treatment that is best for them, the Foundation has developed a Shared Decision-Making® program called Treatment Choices for Abnormal Uterine Bleeding.
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Many women develop uterine fibroids during their reproductive years. Although many do not experience any symptoms, some experience symptoms which may include heavy uterine bleeding, pelvic pressure or pain and frequent urination. To help women make an informed decision on the best treatment option for their fibroids, the Foundation has developed a Shared Decision-Making® program called Treatment Choices for Uterine Fibroids.