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Heavy Periods and Perimenopause

Can menopause cause heavy periods?

Heavy bleeding can be common during perimenopause and often goes hand in hand with irregular periods. Fluctuating hormone levels tend to cause a ripple effect on menstrual patterns. In this article, our health experts discuss the health problems that can be caused by extended heavy bleeding, the signs to look for and how to ease any pain or discomfort.

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