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It's possible this is menorrhagia
if the volume of bleeding was more than always. Is the bleeding painless or painful. Are you on any medication. Painless bleeding could indicate it is non-ovulatory bleeding. Any back pain
. You need to get examined by the Gyanecologist to rule out endometrial thickening and other causes which may be the reason of this sort of bleeding.An Ultrasound
will help as well to rule out fibroids, endometriosis
etc. Kindly get evaluated by your Doctor as soon as possible.