June 23, 2003
(Abnormally Heavy Menstrual Bleeding)
One of the most common reasons for anemia,
other than nutritional deficiencies, is heavy menstrual bleeding,
called menorrhagia. In severe cases, you may find yourself
changing pads or tampons (or even double pads or tampons) every
hour or so. You may also pass large blood clots, which can be painful
and may leave you feeling weak, fatigued, and literally drained
of energy for a day or two each month.
To see if you’re at risk for heavy bleeding, see these take the
For more on menorrhagia, read on:
You At Risk for Heavy Menstrual Bleeding?
Nutritional Treatments for Menorrhagia
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