menorrhoea


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menorrhoea

(ˌmɛnəˈrɪə) or

menorrhea

n
(Medicine) normal bleeding in menstruation
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menorrhagia, poly menorrhoea, poly-menorrhagia, metropathia hemorrhagica, metrorrhagia, oligo and hypomenorrhoea.
of Acyclical Hypo Cases (MPH) Menorrhoea < 20 23 5 21.7% 1 4.3% 21-[pounds sterling] 30 30 3 13.04 % 3 13.04% 31-[pounds sterling] 40 36 5 13.8% 1 2.7% 41-50 11 2 13% 0 0 100 15 5 Age in Years Menorrhagia Metrorrhagia Oligo Menorrhoea < 20 9 39.1% 1 4.3% 4 17.3% 21-[pounds sterling] 30 11 36.6% 0 0 7 23.3% 31-[pounds sterling] 40 10 27.7% 2 5.5% 7 19.4% 41-50 2 18% 0 0 1 9% 32 3 19 Age in Years Poly Poly Menorrhagia Menorrhoea < 20 3 13.04% 0 0 21-[pounds sterling] 30 1 3.3% 5 16.6 % 31-[pounds sterling] 40 3 8.3% 8 22.2 % 41-50 1 9% 5 45.4 % 8 18 Table 3: Distribution of Patients According to Thyroid Dysfunction Thyroid Function No.
There's a huge range of p menstrual symptoms, and it's effec in reducing all of those." with eady prective ntrausly supions While the combined oral con ceptive (COC) pill is obviou designed to prevent pregnancy by s pressing ovulation through the acti of the female hormones oestrogen progestogen it contains, it's not licen in the UK to treat period pain (d menorrhoea).