Planning for pregnancy

Question: How much menstrual flow is considered normal?? What can be termed as a scanty period? Dr pls reply

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Answer: Hi dear scanty blood flow is normal when someone is going through a menopausal phase or is just starting periods it means that the ovulation is irregular at this point of time due to that also the endometrium lining fails to develop normally.. Hope this helps!
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