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How Much Do You Bleed in an Anovulatory Period?

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In an Anovulatory Period, a woman will bleed out approximately 44ml of blood in 5 days. Heavy bleeding will encompass losing approximately 81 ml of blood. A doctor should be consulted if too much blood is lost.
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