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MENORRHAGIA Causes, Symptoms, and Management

MENORRHAGIA Menorrhagia occurs when a female experiences abnormally heavy or prolonged menstrual periods, which may result in restriction of daily activities, discomfort and excessive requirement for tampons. Menorrhagia lasts for more than 7 days. It occurs at regular intervals and is predictable. You can estimate the amount of bleeding through the number of pads or tampons a woman uses during her period. ...

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Eye Redness: Causes, When to See a Doctor, and Treatment

Eye redness is a fairly common problem that can affect either one or both eyes. When the eye is either infected or irritated, it often leads to inflammation of the blood vessels of the eyes. The swollen or dilated blood vessel causes the surface of the eye to look red. Oftentimes, the inflammation occurs in the conjunctiva. The conjunctiva is the thin membrane covering the sclera (white part of the eye) and ...

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Controlling Menstrual Pain

Menstrual pain is discomfort before or during menstruation, which may lead to disruption of daily activities.  Its scientific name is dysmenorrhea. The pain usually disappears are menstruation subsides, which can range from mild to severe. They affect approximately half of all women. In contrast, it is different from menstrual cramps. It is characterized by a longer and more intense pain due to the contract ...

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