Preparing Girls with a Bleeding Disorder for Menarche
Preparing Girls with a Bleeding Disorder for MenarcheA short animation video to help girls with a bleeding disorder (in the family) understand what to expect from the start of menstruation and what can be done about heavy menstrual bleeding A short animation video to help girls with a bleeding disorder (in the family) understand what to expect from the start of menstruation and what can be done about heavy menstrual bleeding
Dr. Azusa Nagao, Debra Pollard, Prof. Rezan Abdul-Kadir, Dr. Sarah O'Brien, Dr. Michelle Lavin, Dr. Roseline d'OironA short video to use with patients in your clinical practice
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Talking about menstruation can be intimidating for young girls. Some patients may prefer to avoid the topic and heavy menstrual bleeding may even be normalised in some families.
This short animation video, tailor made for, and created with young girls with a bleeding disorder, will support young girls with a bleeding disorder (in the family). It will help your patients and their families prepare for menarche and understand what to expect from menstruation.
Do you see women or girls with heavy menstrual bleeding or any other bleeding symptoms? Refer to our first video in the series, podcast series and micro e-learning programme to learn more.
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