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Vaginal bleeding is considered abnormal if it is not caused by pelvic disease, medicine, pregnancy, or another disease process. The following terms are used to describe abnormal vaginal bleeding:
|Menorrhagia||Prolonged or excessive menstrual bleeding at regular intervals|
|Metrorrhagia||Irregular, frequent menstrual bleeding that is not prolonged or excessive|
|Menometrorrhagia||Prolonged or excessive menstrual bleeding at irregular intervals|
|Polymenorrhea||Regular menstrual bleeding at intervals of less than 21 days|
|Oligomenorrhea||Menstrual bleeding at intervals of more than 45 days|
|Amenorrhea||No menstrual bleeding for at least 3 usual cycle lengths|
|Intermenstrual||Menstrual bleeding between regular menstrual cycles|
Last Revised: June 20, 2011
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