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What is Menorrhagia?

Description of the disease

Menorrhagia is heavy and/or prolonged menstrual bleeding that can significantly affect a woman's quality of life. This condition is associated with excessive bleeding during menstruation.


  • Primary menorrhagia - when the cause of the condition is unknown
  • Secondary menorrhagia - when the cause is a specific condition or disease


Symptoms of menorrhagia may include: heavy menstrual bleeding, bleeding that requires changing pads/tampons every hour, bleeding between periods, fatigue, pale skin, increased heart rate.


Causes of menorrhagia can vary, including hormonal imbalances, thyroid disorders, uterine fibroids, inflammatory diseases, and others.


Diagnosis involves taking a medical history, physical examination, hemoglobin levels, ultrasound examination of the uterus, and other methods.


Treatment may involve taking medications to reduce bleeding, hormonal medications, surgical intervention in some cases.


Prevention of menorrhagia is related to taking care of a woman's health, including regular check-ups with a gynecologist, maintaining a healthy lifestyle.


The doctor specializing in the treatment of diseases of the female reproductive system is a gynecologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.