Why Are My Periods so Heavy?

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Heavy periods can be as a result of dysfunctional uterine bleeding, which is actually the commonest cause. There are also other causes of heavy bleeding such as fibroids, pelvic inflammatory disease, endometriosis and the development of polyps along the uterine lining. It is, however, advisable to visit a doctor if you regularly experience heavy bleeding.
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Some women just have naturally heavy periods. If your period is not normally heavy then seeing your physician may be recommended. There are various medical conditions which will cause
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Heavy bleeding (menorrhagia) during menstrual cycles is not necessarily an indication of a medical problem. Many women bleed heavily during each period and have no adverse conditions
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Because your period isn't just your egg, it's also the walls of your uterus.
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