When it's not just a period

It may be
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

Tolerating long, heavy, painful periods isn't healthy.
They're a physical, emotional and financial gut punch.
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What is AUB?

The simple definition of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (AUB) is a condition that results in uterine bleeding outside the normal volume, duration, regularity or frequency.

AUB is much more complicated than just blood flow during the menstrual cycle.

It's a condition with a variety of causes and symptoms. It can turn your period cycle upside down, and no two women have the same experience.

So, yeah. AUB is a beast.

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Symptoms of AUB

You may have seen or heard the term Heavy Menstrual Bleeding (HMB). HMB is referred to by physicians as a subset of AUB.

Women who experience AUB have many other symptoms that significantly impact their personal and professional lives on top of the symptoms of HMB.

Cramps and bloating Cramps and bloating
Pressure on bowel and bladder Pressure on bowel and bladder
Constipation Constipation
Infertility Infertility
Oh, there’s more…

anxiety

depression

pain during sex

extreme fatigue

social fears around bleeding in public

problems sleeping

intimacy issues

anemia

The price of AUB

The costs of period products, pain relief, hormone treatments and replacing ruined underwear add up. Factor in lost income due to AUB’s impact on women’s work lives, and it’s plain to see that AUB is a significant economic burden for women.1

A woman with AUB spends 35% more on period essentials

A woman with AUB spends 35% more on period essentials
Average period (lifetime)$21,870
AUB period (lifetime)$29,534

You have options

In a survey of 6,000+ women who were diagnosed as having AUB or felt their periods were heavier than normal:

41% believed there were no treatment options available for them2

Meet Minerva

Minerva designs and manufactures minimally invasive devices that enable gynecologists to offer technologically advanced treatments for the common causes of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (AUB).

These treatments are

Non-hormonal

Uterus sparing

Minimally invasive

Modern

Minerva is dedicated to the advancement of modern uterine healthcare. We hope you find the information you need here to understand AUB and make informed choices that are right for you.

You have options. And what you are dealing with is worthy of being treated.

Improve your uterine health with Minerva's suite of minimally invasive, modern technologies for the treatment of fibroids, polyps and the endometrium.

Learn about treating AUB

AUB is

UNDER TREATED

UNDER REPORTED

UNDER STUDIED

AND NORMALIZED

What existing studies tell us is disturbing

Women with AUB report a quality of life that is below the 25th percentile of the general population.1 Meaning, she is not living anything close to her best life.

This is unacceptable.

What causes AUB?

For decades, women lacked a clear understanding of the causes of AUB symptoms. And physicians lacked a clear method of diagnosing and explaining the condition.

Today, physicians place the causes of AUB into two categories: structural and non-structural causes.

Examples of structural causes are polyps and fibroids.

Hormonal imbalances that affect the endometrium are an example of non-structural causes of AUB.

Learn more about the causes of AUB and how they impact your uterus and period.

Learn about AUB causes

Do you know your uterus?

When all the pain and discomfort you feel comes from that general direction, it's pretty easy to assume it's your uterus.

Let's see how AUB affects your uterus.

Tour the uterus, learn a lot

You deserve to be heard

A consultation with a gynecologist who understands AUB is what you need and deserve.

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