San gynaecologist Dr Bevan Brown discusses a new treatment for Adenomyosis on 2GB
Women's menstrual cycles are a topic we often don't like to talk about, but should all be sympathetic too.
Suffering from severe pain and heavy bleeding that can be crippling, is common for 25% of women, which has an effect on their ability to work, study, form relationships, play sport or even leave the house.
Sadly for some, a hysterectomy has been an extreme but the only option to treat the problem.
A new study published by the prestigious Royal Australian and New Xealand College of Obstetricians and Gynacologists, confirms that a non-surgical procedure known as Uterine Artery Embolisation could be the answer for women suffering with the debilitating condition.
Click here to listen to the 2GB interview with Steve Price and gynaecologist Dr Bevan Brown who co-authored the paper along with San interventional radiologist Dr Eisen Liang.