intermenstrual


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intermenstrual

(ˌɪntəˈmɛnstrʊəl)
adj
(Physiology) physiol occurring between menstruations
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5% with polymenorrhagia, intermenstrual bleeding and metrorrhagia respectively.
Since 1951, it has been hypothesised that sterilisation might increase a woman's risk of abnormal uterine bleeding (post tubal ligation syndrome--risk of heavy bleeding and intermenstrual bleeding).
The most common presentations are menorrhagia, polymenorrhea, metrorrhagia, and intermenstrual bleeding.
In patients with intermenstrual spotting, assess the vagina for atrophy.
Women may experience intermenstrual or post-coital bleeding.
menorrhagia, intermenstrual bleeding, heavy or prolonged uterine bleeding, postmenopausal bleeding, unscheduled bleeding on tamoxifen, or hormone replacement therapy), the presence of atypical glandular cells (AGC) or endometrial cells in cervical cytology, and a requirement for an endometrial biopsy before surgery for other conditions.
The epidemiology of self-reported intermenstrual and postcoital bleeding in the perimenopausal years.
Estos observaron que mujeres que trabajaron con plaguicidas activos a nivel hormonal, tuvieron un incremento de la probabilidad de experimentar CM largos, ausencia de menstruacion y sangramiento intermenstrual, entre 60 y 100 %, comparadas con las mujeres no expuestas.
Intermenstrual bleeding was uncommon after ECP use, although more common than among women who had not taken ECPs.
Paciente de 30 anos, gravida; numero de partos, uno, que consulto a la Clinica de las Americas--institucion privada de atencion general de alta complejidad ubicada en Medellin, Colombia, que atiende poblacion del aseguramiento contributivo--por sangrado intermenstrual abundante de un mes de evolucion.
Menstrual characteristics, in terms of quantity/ duration/regularity; eventual intermenstrual bleeding/spotting; eventual increased and/or new (newly diagnosed) dysmenorrhea