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To evaluate risk factors in abnormal uterine bleeding and its management in tertiary care hospital. It is a prospective observational study carried out for a period of 6 months in the in-patient and out-patients department of Gynaecology. A total of 306 cases were analyzed out of that 88 cases had meaningful data for analysis. Most common risk factor observed in our study was Leiomyoma(29%). Major percentage of risk was observed in the age group 31-45years (64%). The diagnostic method used for screening and confirmation of AUB was USG Abdomen in 63 patients (58%). Most of the Out-patients and few in-patients were administered with anti-fibrinolytics to control heavy bleeding and along with combinational hormonal therapy for hormonal imbalance patients. The surgical procedure carried out was hysterectomy (53%).In the present study, drug induced uterine bleeding were not observed. In our study, abnormal uterine bleeding occurring without any known risk factors that can be included into the category of NOT YET CLASSIFIED according to PALM-COEIN classification, as to which physicians must be more cautious towards the patients visiting at Out- patient departments as it may lead to serious complications.
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