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Yesterday when I was waiting at the gynecologist’s office to have my regular check up, I heard two women talking about something called menometrorrhaged. They kept using this word, not once applying what it may mean. I understood it has something to do with periods but I didn’t get what. Is there anybody who knows what menometrorrhaged is. I would be more that thankful if you could explain it to me too. The word is really strange and it would be good to know it.

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Hi, yes, the word is strange but you may have as well experienced the condition. I certainly have. Menometrorrhagia is excessive uterine bleeding. It can happen at the usual time of menstrual periods and at other irregular intervals. Menometrorrhagia can indicate a number of different disorders like hormone imbalance, endometriosis, benign fibroid tumors in the uterus, and, rarely, cancer. Treatments depend on the cause. If there isn’t a dangerous cause, such as cancer, hormone supplementation or the therapeutic use of birth control pills to better control the menstrual cycle may be recommended.
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