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Menstural issue
I get regular periods. The blood flow is also normal. But this time there is sudden decrease in the blood flow. Should I be concerned about it?
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Hello,, The amount of blood lost during a menstrual period ranges from 20 to 80 milliliters (mL). Blood loss of less than 20 mL may be considered a light period. Your saying there sudden decrease of blood flow. But cannot guess exact loss. Perhaps you wait this time , if you have blood loss less than 20 ml next time ,consult doctor. A shift or imbalance in hormone levels is the main cause of light periods.
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