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a non-surgical way to control heavy
periods due to uterine fibroids

Focus more on the moment, less on your period.

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ORIAHNN

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ORIAHNN® Patient Kimberly.

“I’m so glad I found ORIAHNN, a non-surgical treatment to control my heavy periods. I can keep my decision-making options open when it comes to planning a family in the future.”

– Kimberly
diagnosed with uterine fibroids in 2016

ORIAHNN® Patient Julie.

“A hysterectomy just isn’t in my plans now. I want something non-surgical. With ORIAHNN, I have that option.”

– Julie
diagnosed with uterine fibroids in 2014

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ORIAHNN is an oral medication FDA approved to help lighten heavy periods due to uterine fibroids

ORIAHNN is different. It's not a surgery, procedure, or birth control. It's clinically proven to reduce heavy menstrual bleeding due to uterine fibroids in as soon as 1 month.
Learn more about ORIAHNN.

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Proven heavy period reduction

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You may be able to get ORIAHNN for as little as $5 a month.*

Enroll in Oriahnn Complete to speak to an Insurance Specialist who can help you learn more.

*For eligible, commercially insured patients. Terms and Conditions apply. View them in full.

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Heavy menstrual bleeding is a common symptom of uterine fibroids

About 70%-80% of women develop uterine fibroids by age 50.
Better understanding fibroids and heavy periods may help you and your gynecologist decide what to do about them.

Based on a National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences study of 1364 women aged 35-49 years.

Be your own best advocate for treatment

For a more productive conversation with your gynecologist, get tips for talking about your symptoms.