PMID: 4919554Oct 24, 1970Paper

Treatment of menorrhagia with tranexamic acid. A double-blind trial

British Medical Journal
S T CallenderE Cope


In a double-blind trial tranexamic acid (Cyclokapron) 1 g. four times a day for the first four days of menstruation, significantly decreased menstrual blood loss in women with menorrhagia for which no organic cause had been found. No difference in side-effects was noted between the active and placebo treatment.


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