Heavy menstrual bleeding longer than seven days may be an indication of menorrhagia. A person with menorrhagia may also have a flow that soaks through one or more sanitary products several hours in a row, and may need to change pads or tampons during the night. A person with menorrhagia may be unable to participate in regular daily activities and often experiences lower back and abdominal pain during periods.
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