epimenorrhagia

epimenorrhagia

 [ep″ĭ-men″o-ra´jah]
too frequent and excessive menstruation.
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ep·i·men·or·rha·gi·a

(ep'i-men-ō-rā'jē-ă),
Prolonged and profuse menstruation occurring at any time, but most frequently at the beginning and end of menstrual life.
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epimenorrhagia

A rarely used term for dysmenorrhoea that is more intense at the beginning and at the end of the menstrual life; e.g., epimenorrhoea, post-menopausal bleeding.
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ep·i·men·or·rha·gi·a

(ep'i-men-ōr-ā'jē-ă)
Prolonged and profuse menstruation occurring at any time, but most frequently at the beginning and end of menstrual life.
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