Maybe, maybe. True, this will no longer be menstruation, but DMC, dysfunctional uterine bleeding. From hemorrhoids to deep anemia they reach, losing a tablespoon of blood every day, what can we say about uterine matters ... A woman with such hemoglobin once came to me in Kholmogory, I thought it was impossible to live with such a thing ... I don't remember , or 50, or 30 g / l, in a word, below the lower is prohibitive. The body is adapting ... I ordered an urgent blood transfusion, I ordered an erythrocyte mass in the area, then intravenous / intramuscular iron preparations ... The norm is 120-140 g / l, but at first it recovers quickly, and then more and more gradually.
... And so it would have covered for three or four weeks, and would have died - how could impossible, very much even))
With normal menstruation, a woman loses 50 grams of blood every day, this blood loss is quickly compensated. If the duration of bleeding exceeds a week, then it ceases to be considered menstrual and begins to be considered dysfunctional.
Thus, incessant menstruation is impossible, a woman cannot die from menstrual bleeding.
It will be an extremely long, if not impossible process.
It is worth making a reservation in advance - menstruation is not just bleeding, it is a renewal of the uterine lining, and it cannot continue without stopping.
In the menstrual phase, which lasts from the first to the fourth day of the cycle, in the first two days, the female body loses about 50-150 ml. blood.
A loss of 2-3.5 liters is considered fatal for a person. blood at a time.
Thus, it will take about 80 days for the onset of such a state.
However, at the same time, the process of blood formation, the so-called hematopoiesis, constantly occurs in the body, which does not stop almost never, it only slows down in conditions of lack of nutrients.
If we assume this scenario, then the outcome will be death from an extreme degree of exhaustion, as well as a whole range of related problems.