Gynaecology / Hysterectomy
Haemorrhage following hysterectomy IS THIS THE RIGHT CASE?
Dana developed postmenopausal bleeding after taking unopposed oestrogen for at least nine months. She underwent a hysteroscopy to investigate. She alleged that the problem was a prescriptive error and that she has since suffered serious side effects from the unnecessary investigation. PMS Expert Report concluded that there was a negligent error in prescribing unopposed oetrogen HRT to a women who still has a uterus. This directly caused her postmenopausal bleeding as well as depriving her of the benefits of HRT for several months. The case settled, and Dana received compensation for the error and her subsequent suffering.
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