What Do You Know About The Amount Of Blood During Menstruation Period?


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I noticed a slight change in my period lately in terms of the amount of bleeding. Usually, I used to bleed a lot during the first and second day and then it gets less and less till it disappears by the 7th day. But during the last couple of months I didn't bleed the same. And this month my period came and the first day I had severe cramps in my ovaries and I only bleed the first day and the second day it is hardly there. I am 30 years old and I have a normal period with about 30 days cycle. Please let me know if that is normal and what is the problem if there is any
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It is firm to approximation the precise quantity of blood approved by a female throughout her menses, but it arrives at concerning a small amount and a partially to three ounces. In some women the amount may reach as much as four or five ounces and in exceptional cases as much as eight ounces. Where it exceeds this amount, it is an irregular state, requiring treatment. The usual statement that a normally menstruating woman should not have to use more than three napkins during the twenty four hours is correct.

The journal promptness through which menstruation happens again in countless women is extraordinary. I know a woman who has not missed her menses in twenty years during those twenty years the menses have started every fourth Friday, almost always at the same hour. I Know another one who has her menses every fourth Wednesday, about seven in the morning. She skipped her periods during her two pregnancies, then they were irregular for a while, then they came back to Wednesday.

Other female contain their menses on a convinced day of the month speak the primary or the fifth in spite of the figure of existence in the month such luggage are, though, outstanding. And in some women the menses are irregular every three weeks, every five or six weeks, every six or seven weeks, etc. Some women never know when they may expect their menses, so irregular they are.

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