-rrhagia, -rrhage, -rrhagic

(Greek > Latin: a suffix; a bursting forth, excessive flow)

blennorrhagia (s) (noun), blennorrhagias (pl)
An abnormal or excessive discharge of mucus.
blennorrhagic (adjective), more blennorrhagic, most blennorrhagic
A reference to a mucus discharge; especially, from the urethra or the vagina.
Difficult or painful menstration.
hemorrhage, haemorrhage (s) (noun); hemorrhages; haemorrhages (pl)
1. In medicine, an abnormal, severe internal or external discharge of blood: A hemorrhage my be venous, arterial, or capillary from blood vessels into tissues, into or from the body.

Venous blood is dark red and its flow is continuous. Arterial blood is bright red and flows in spurts. Capillary blood is reddish and exudes from the tissue.

The diagnosis is obvious when a hemmorrhage is visible. When it is internal, diagnosis is made from the patient's general condition, like shock, weakness, rapid, and irregular pulse, pallor, or cold and moist skin.
2. Non-medical, a large uncontrolled loss of something valuable : Jane read in an article that the high wages paid in the U.S. were very attractive to the workers in Germany and caused a hemorrhage of talent when many people left to work where the income was much higher.

Excessive uterine bleeding occurring at the expected intervals of the menstrual periods.

The bleeding from the uterus starts on schedule but is heavier than usual and may last longer than usual.

Menorrhagia may be a sign of an underlying disorder; such as, hormone imbalance, endometriosis, uterine fibroids or, rarely, cancer of the uterus. Menorrhagia may cause significant anemia.