Hysterectomies fall as options for heavy periods grow

By Keira Jenkins
Updated June 13 2024 - 3:40am, first published 3:32am
Women should see a doctor if their periods impact their lives, Liz Marles says. (Supplied by Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care/AAP PHOTOS)
Women should see a doctor if their periods impact their lives, Liz Marles says. (Supplied by Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care/AAP PHOTOS)

Hysterectomy rates have fallen over the past eight years, as less-invasive alternatives grow in use, according to national health data.

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