menstrual blood


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Noun1.menstrual blood - flow of blood from the uterus; occurs at roughly monthly intervals during a woman's reproductive years
adult female body, woman's body - the body of an adult woman
blood - the fluid (red in vertebrates) that is pumped through the body by the heart and contains plasma, blood cells, and platelets; "blood carries oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and carries away waste products"; "the ancients believed that blood was the seat of the emotions"
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Outcome measure: The improvement of menstrual blood volume and menstrual cycle of the two groups was observed after treatment (menstrual blood volume was evaluated using pictorial blood loss assessment chart (PBAC)).
Clinical response was defined as menstrual blood loss volume of less than 80 mL and a 50% or greater reduction in menstrual blood loss volume from baseline to their final month.
The primary efficacy outcome of the study is a clinically-meaningful reduction in menstrual blood loss based upon the alkaline hematin method, a standardized centrally-assessed quantitative measurement of menstrual blood loss.
In another study Thirty-four patients were selected with menstrual blood loss over 80ml.
The studies are designed to assess the change in menstrual blood loss utilising the alkaline hematin method, comparing baseline to month six of treatment.
Since this time, several papers have documented the procedure's feasibility and efficacy, including reduction in menstrual blood loss, fibroid volume decrease, and improvement in quality of life.
All patients were clinically evaluated and menstrual blood loss assessed with PBAC scores.
HAYWARD -- A California couple didn't report that their 10-year-old daughter had been shot for more than five hours because they thought she was bleeding menstrual blood, police said Friday.
"They have shown themselves to be committed partners with Saneron as wc continue breaking new ground in cord and menstrual blood stem cell research.
An average healthy patient can easily replace the amount of menstrual blood lost over the course of a year.
Extremely heavy bleeding during periods; large clots expelled with menstrual blood; unusually long periods; spotting and bleeding between periods; unusually severe menstrual cramps
The copper IUD and LNG-IUS differ with respect to their effects on menstrual blood loss.