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Question by rusty
Submitted on 7/15/2003
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I am trying to find medical treatment for a young lady with non-stop bleeding from her menstrual flow, living in the time frame of Christ.

Answer by tom
Submitted on 10/25/2003
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Have her see a gynecologist--she might have a condition known as menorrhagia.  If left
untreated, it could lead to anemia.

"living in the time frame of Christ." ???
I don't think modern medicine can help
someone living in the time of Christ.  I'm
not even sure how to interpret this part
of your question (assuming it really IS part
of your question.)  I can say, however, that
medical science in the time of Christ was
quite elementary, and treatment for menstrual
disorders was likely to be rudimentary at best.


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