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How To Increase Blood Flow During Menstruation
Menstruation is also known as Menses. Menstruation is the regular cyclical shedding of uterine (womb) lining associated with bleeding. Begins at puberty (menarche) and continus during a woman's fertile years until menopause. Cycles usually average 28 days, but can vary from ...Read more
That is something: You would not want to do because it would cause your period to be really heavy. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
How should I increase my blood flow during menstruation cause i had observed in the past few months there has been a decrease in the flow?
Need not increase: It may be normal for you to bleed less there is nothing wrong about it. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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What do blood clots mean during menstruation? I have a heavy flow, and at one point in time it was said i had a miscarriage due to uterus lining detaching...
Menorrhagia: Heavy bleeding, or menorrhagia can be due to a variety of reasons. Most common is hormonal. Endometriosis can be a factor. In addition, thyroid, pituitary glands, as well as weight (too thin/heavy), rarely vonwillebrand syndrome. Not usual in someone at 19, a lesion such as a polyp or fibroid can cause as well. Clots just mean excess blood. May want to consider workup with gynecologist? ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Probably normal: From what you are saying, you are noticing an increase in mucous discharge with your cycle. This might simply be related to cervical mucous that is present that has made its way out with the normal blood flow. In the absence of other symptoms or problems, i would expect this to go away with cessation of your period. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Amount of bleeding: The more bleeding there is, the greater the chance of clots. Depending on size, frequency, you may need treatment. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I'm wondering why are the levels of oestrogen and progesterone low in the blood during menstruation?
Wow nice question: Long explanation but a brief version. Your menses is an indication that pregnancy did not occur and that your body is now eliminating the lining of your uterus and preparing for a new cycle. It is the decline in estrogen and Progesterone that tells your uterus it is time to shed the lining. The brain starts to stimulate the ovaries in a renewed attempt at getting you pregnant. See image. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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