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Menorrhagia – Risk Factors

Menorrhagia – Risk Factors

Menorrhagia – Risk Factors
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So some things that may make you more prone to having menorrhagia is obesity. Because sometimes it can affect your hormonal regulation and, or your auditory cycle, which may make you have some periods of heavy bleeding. In addition, when you're peri-menopausal, your hormones are trying to counteract the fact of decreased amount of estrogen. And so it may also cause some irregularities in your ambulatory cycle, which can also cause you to have heavy bleeding intermittently as well.

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