Basics: Almost each and every woman at little time in her reproductive or recycled life experiences that serious or heavy bleeding during the menstrual period.
Few women have serious periods almost in all monthly cycle.
Menorrhagia is the medical term for unnecessary or prolonged menstrual bleeding or both for women during her menstrual period.
This condition is basically known as hypermenorrhea. It is not necessary that every women menstrual cycle would be same.
Common or normal menstrual flow of bleeding occurs nearest about every 28 days of periods, lasts four to five days and generates a full blood loss of 70 to 250 milliliters.
Symptoms of Menorrhagia (Atyartava):
– Menstrual flow that immerses through one or more hygienic pads or tampons every hour for numerous successive hours.
– The need to use double hygienic or sanitary protection to manage unnecessary menstrual flow.
– The need to modify hygienic or sanitary protection during the night specially.
– Menstrual period that lasts longer than six to seven days.
– Menstrual flow that contains large clots of blood.
– Serious menstrual flow that obstructs with your normal or ordinary lifestyle.
– Regular pain in your lower abdomen during the menstrual period.
– No regularity of menstrual periods.
– Fatigue, exhaustion or shortness of breath or the symptoms of anemia.
Hormone imbalance. In a usual or normal menstrual cycle, a proper balance between the hormones estrogen and progesterone controls the buildup of the inside layer of the uterus (endometrium), which you hut during the menstruation.
If a hormonal imbalance founds, the endometrium develops more and finally sheds by way of serious menstrual bleeding.
Uterine fibroids. These no cancerous or benign tumors of the uterus show during the years of child bearing.
Uterine fibroids may reason heavier than normal or extended, irregular menstrual bleeding.