The BSGE together with RCOG and BGCS have published new guidance for the management of abnormal uterine bleeding in the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. BSGE President Sanjay Vyas wrote to all members of the Society saying:

The Coronavirus pandemic means that we have to rethink how services are provided. Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (AUB) forms a major part of our work, and we need to see whether we can safely manage patients in a way that reduces the risk of person to person transmission to a minimum and also make the best use of scarce human and physical health care resources.’

The BSGE, RCOG and BGCS  worked in partnership to produce guidelines for the management of women with abnormal uterine bleeding during these difficult times. The guideline can be found on the website by clicking Sanjay encouraged members to look at the guidelines and to share them with any practitioners involved in the management of AUB, he said:

‘Our aim was to produce a clear, evidence based guideline, that recognises the continuity between primary and secondary care. Please feel free to share the guideline with your colleagues.’