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reduction in menstrual blood loss assessed by the pictorial blood assessment chart score, were recorded before the initiation of therapy, at 3 months and at 6months of the study.
The pictorial blood assessment chart (PBAC) was used to evaluate participants' menstrual blood loss, as described by Higham et al .[sup][13] Patients with a PBAC score of >100, being equivalent to >80 ml blood loss in a cycle were considered menorrhagia.[sup][14] When taking uterine volume into account, we used uterine volume with 180 cm [sup]3 (approximately 10 weeks size gravid uterus) as dividing value based on sonographic evaluation of uterine volume by Sheth et al .[sup][15]
Scoring system for the Pictorial Blood Assessment Chart Towels/pads: 1 point for each lightly stained towel; 5 points for each moderately soiled towel; 20 points if the towel is completely saturated with blood Tampons: 1 point for each lightly stained tampon; 5 points for each moderately soiled tampon; 20 points if the tampon is completely saturated with blood Clots: 1 point for small clot; 5 points for large clot Table 2.
The book is illustrated with b&w drawings, and includes a bleeding questionnaire and a pictorial blood assessment chart for use with patients.