PMID: 9873869Jan 5, 1999Paper

Menorrhagia in von Willebrand disease successfully treated with single daily dose tranexamic acid

Haemophilia : the Official Journal of the World Federation of Hemophilia
Y L OngE E Mayne

Abstract

Four cases of menorrhagia in von Willebrand disease were successfully treated with tranexamic acid given in a single daily dose of 4 g for the first 3-5 days of the menstrual cycle. The pathophysiology and pharmacokinetics are discussed. The apparent improved efficacy and acceptability of this new dosing regime have been highlighted.

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