Chronic heavy periods can result in iron deficiency, which can lead to anemia. Anemia is a low hemoglobin when measured by a blood test (CBC or complete blood count). The best measure of iron stores is a ferritin, which can also be measured …Read More
Having accidents at night and bleeding through sanitary protection onto the sheets during your period is a sign of heavy bleeding, especially if it occurs on a regular basis. Many women get into the habit of wearing old pyjamas or laying do …Read More
Although there is variability in the length of menstrual cycles, bleeding that lasts longer that 7 days is excessive. Like the other symptoms mentioned here, over time, this can lead to iron deficiency anemia. And, like the other symptoms m …Read More
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