There are a number of different medicines prescribed for menstrual disorders.
Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs). Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) block prostaglandins, the substances that increase uterine contractions. They are effective painkillers that also help control the inflammatory factors that may be responsible for heavy menstrual bleeding. Aspirin is the most common NSAID, but there are dozens of others available over...Read more
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Generic Name: REPAGLINIDE/METFORMIN - ORALPronounced: (reh-PAGG-lin-ide/met-FOR-min)Repaglinide-Metformin Oral Precautions See also Warning... Read more »