• Menstrual function in women with adenomiosis in combination with the hyperplastic processes of endometry on the background of hormonotherapy

Menstrual function in women with adenomiosis in combination with the hyperplastic processes of endometry on the background of hormonotherapy

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2017.4(120):115–117; doi 10.15574/HW.2017.120.115

Benyuk V. A., Kurochka V. V., Benyuk S. V., Altibaeva D. M.
A.A. Bogomolets National Medical University, Kiev

The objective: to study the effect of hormone therapy on menstrual function of women with adenomyosis in combination with endometrial hyperplasia.

Patients and methods. We evaluated the effects of hormone therapy in 160 women of reproductive age with adenomyosis in combination with endometrial hyperplasia: I group – 60 women used the progestogen (6 months); II – 60 women, took an agonist of gonadotropin-releasing-hormone – а-GnRH) (6 months), III – 40 women who received the complex therapy including а-GnRH during the first 6 months and immunomodulator intramuscularly every other day No. 20, with subsequent use of tablets of 0.15 g of 1 times a week (course – 6 months), then for the next 6 months was used progestogen in the second phase of the menstrual cycle from 16 to 25 day. Evaluation of indicators of health status were performed after 3, 6 and 12 months of therapy. Assessment of volume of menstrual blood loss was performed using maps of menstrual blood loss and were assessed on a special scale. The total rating for the month, which exceeded 100 points, consistent with menstrual blood loss greater than 80 ml.

Results. The influence of hormonal monotherapy progestogen and

а-GnRH on menstrual function of women with adenomyosis in combination with endometrial hyperplasia during the follow-up throughout the year. The assessment of indicators of volume of blood loss with the help of monitoring charts. Developed a comprehensive hormone therapy for women of reproductive age with combined benign uterus pathology and the evaluation of its impact on indicators of volume of blood loss and menstrual function of women.

Conclusions. Monoterapia by the progestogen and а-GnRH for 6 months of treatment normalizes the indicators of volume of blood loss and menstrual function of women, and the 12-month follow-up in women of these groups also increased the volume of blood loss and each 3 women is marked polimenorea. Developed a comprehensive phased hormone therapy for women with adenomyosis in combination with endometrial hyperplasia normalizes on the 3rd month of treatment indicators of blood loss and has a tendency to decrease during the 12 months of observation (the volume of menstrual blood loss has decreased in 4 times from initial).

Key words: complex therapy, adenomyosis, endometrial hyperplasia, gestagene, а-GnRH, menstrual function, volume of blood loss.

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