A peripheral angiogram angioplasty stenting may sound scary due to the long and confusing words, but in reality, it may be really helpful for women struggling with painful menstrual cycles. The goal of this procedure is to open narrow blood vessels around the legs that cause inflammation and pain.
In this video, you will learn about how the procedure is done and other benefits. The procedure described in the video is not particularly invasive.
It targets specific areas in the pelvis known as fibroids which are non-cancerous tumors that about 80% of women already have.
An inflamed fibroid can cause extreme flow during a period. This could also lead to extreme pain and cause many women to stop doing daily activities. There are over-the-counter medications that could help, but also surgery could be a solution.
Whether you or someone you know is struggling with these symptoms, it may be time to speak to a doctor about them. Periods are usually a sensitive subject, but doctors are there to help you with any and all medical advice. All they want is for you to tell the truth and explain what is happening to you so they know how they can help.