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Eumenorrhea

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Eumenorrhea?

Eumenorrhea is a healthy, normal menstrual period. People who have periods are said to have eumenorrhea when:

  • Bleeding lasting 3-7 days,
  • Occurs every 21-45 days
  • Does not have any significant menstrual symptoms including pain and heavy bleeding (needing to change a pad or tampon every 1-2 hours or lasting more than 7 days.)

Eumenorrhea that occurs alongside normal ovulation provides the highest likelihood of conception when exposed to unprotected, appropriately timed sexual intercourse.

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Eumenorrhea

Eumenorrhea is a healthy, normal menstrual period. People who have periods are said to have eumenorrhea when:

  • Bleeding lasting 3-7 days,
  • Occurs every 21-45 days
  • Does not have any significant menstrual symptoms including pain and heavy bleeding (needing to change a pad or tampon every 1-2 hours or lasting more than 7 days.)

Eumenorrhea that occurs alongside normal ovulation provides the highest likelihood of conception when exposed to unprotected, appropriately timed sexual intercourse.

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