Dr Sana Riffat, Dr Hira Nawaz, Dr Sadam Hussain
Objectives: To examine the rate of occurrence and effects of Heavy Menstrual Bleeding on fatigue, QoL (Quality of Life) and anemia of the females in their age of reproduction. Methodology: This research work was carried out on three hundred and six females in their reproductive age who appeared at Medical OPD of DHQ Hospital, Faisalabad. The collection of the information related to this research work was carried out on data form, SF-36 QoL Scale and BFI (Brief Fatigue Inventory). Results: The rate of occurrence of heavy menstrual bleeding in the females in their reproductive age was 37.90%. There was a significant decrease in the level of ferritin and physicalfunctions when there was increase in the duration of menstruation (P <0.050). Besides this, a positive but weak association was discovered between duration of menstruation and sub-dimensions of Brief Fatigue Inventory & perception sub-scale of general health of SF-36 QoL scale (P <0.050). Conclusion: The findings showed that heavy menstrual bleeding is much common and it has high negative impacts on fatigue, anemia and some sub-dimensions of the quality of life. It is important to regular screen the issue of heavy menstrual bleeding to prevent the issues of health and their resolution. KEYWORDS: Heavy Menstrual Bleeding, Quality of Life, Menstruation, Bleeding, Reproduction, Sub-Dimensions.