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Many women have reduced quality of life due to heavy monthly bleeding .
In general, bleeding during menstrual periods is considered too heavy if:
• there is a need to change sanitary pads or tampon every hour for several hours
• there is a need to use double sanitary protection to manage menstrual bleeding
• there is a need to change sanitary protection during the night
• menstrual bleeding includes large blood clots
• heavy monthly bleeding interferes with regular activities
• the woman feels tired, lacks energy or has shortness of breath, which could be symptoms of anemia (a condition affecting red blood cells) caused by menstrual blood loss
Heavy Monthly Bleeding (HMB) is a medical condition that can be treated.
Ferring is continuously exploring the area for unmet medical needs.
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