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Landmark National Survey Conducted by Harris Interactive® Sheds Light on Hidden Problem of Heavy Monthly Periods
Date:9/14/2010

PARSIPPANY, N.J., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly ninety percent of women who experience heavy periods(1) believe their life during their period would greatly improve if they could reduce their menstrual flow, according to a new Harris Interactive® survey commissioned by Ferring Pharmaceuticals. Living With HMB: A National Survey of 500 Women found that many women experience monthly periods that are so heavy they can sap energy, cause anemia, and in many ways interfere with daily activities.  However, many women accept a heavy period as normal or are embarrassed to discuss it, and may be unaware that there are new treatment options available that can help provide substantial relief.  

The survey of women ages 18-49, which was conducted online in June 2010, found that cyclic heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB), a condition also known as menorrhagia, has a significant negative impact on women's social, leisure, and physical activities.  Survey responses show that many cannot even manage work, family, and household responsibilities during their period as a result of the condition:

I am unable to do any activity that will keep me away from a restroom for more than about 90 minutes--so most outdoor activities are out of the question, and doing things like seeing movies, going to plays, etc. are a serious challenge unless there is an intermission built in or I duck out partway through.  Age 31, Very Heavy, Impact: A lot

Sometimes I have to stay home from work.  When I can go to work I have to skip meetings or other events and stay in my office.  I visit the restroom up to 10 times during an 8 hour work day. Age 46, Very Heavy, Impact: A Great Deal

I usually have to call in to work. I can't play in the park with my kids or go swimming with them because I'm afraid that I will soak through my pants and everyone will see. Age 22, Very Heavy, Impact: A Great Deal

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