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Menorrhagia is the medical term for heavy and long menstrual
periods. It 'true that the experience of women is not related to their periods.
However, it is considered normal to lose about 40 ml of blood at the time of
Women who lose even 80 milliliters, and this is not healthy
for them. Menorrhagia seems to be a fairly common problem, but can be resolved
at the time of the discovery was due.
Heavy menstrual cycles can be determined with a medical
condition. In most cases it is a uterine fibroid in the uterus or other growth
factors that, in most cases, non-cancer. This does not have the necessary
A pelvic inflammatory disease, polycystic ovarian syndrome,
endometriosis, hormonal imbalances or other possible causes of menorrhagia.
Unfortunately, in some cases the causes remain unknown, although they can be as
simple as vitamin K. If you have to do something, not only that menorrhagia can
prevent a woman to go on with their daily activities, but may also lead to
serious cases of anemia, due to heavy blood loss.
Menorrhagia is not difficult to recognize because its
symptoms are evident. It is the largest heavy bleeding that can last up to
seven days. Women with menorrhagia need to use greater care and protection they
need to change pads or tampons every few hours. Blood clots are also popular,
as is the fact that she feels tired and exhausted and anemia.
The first step in treatment is to identify the cause of
menorrhagia. It is strongly recommended to see women experiencing heavy
menstrual periods to the doctor. If the underlying medical condition, this must
be treated immediately and menorrhagia will also disappear.
The physician may obtain some laboratory tests necessary and
pelvic exam for the identification of the growth potential of the uterus. The
additional procedures may be necessary to determine the nature.
The treatment may involve hormone therapy menorrhagia, if
the cause of hormonal imbalance. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are also
used to reduce the blood flow during the menstrual cycle and the intensity of
uterine cramping can be reduced.
Menorrhagia treated differently depending on the reasons for
this condition. Sometimes a simple change in lifestyle and some vitamin
supplements and solve the problem in case of major surgery and can rarely be
Menstrual problem is one among the commonly seen health
issue in women. According to the severity of problem, it can be divided into versatile
types like amenorrhea, menorrhagia, oligomenorrhea, primary dysmenorrhea and