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The Girl Who Cries Blood

The Girl Who Cries Blood

A girl spontaneously bleeds from her eyes, head, hands, and other body parts, but there's no visible injury to explain it.

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A girl spontaneously bleeds from her eyes, head, hands, and other body parts, but there's no visible injury to explain it.

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Aparna Venkatasubramanian
Aparna Venkatasubramanian

I am not a medical expert, but I did have a similar condition that was attributed to my lungs beings made up of endometrial tissues, instead of the normal lung tissues.


If the bleeding is sort of cyclic, heavy on some days and lighter during the rest of the days, then it could be endometrial tissue. Just a suggestion. As I said earlier I am no expert to comment on this.