Following a hemorrhage.

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post·hem·or·rhag·ic .pōst-.hem-ə-'raj-ik or chiefly Brit post·haem·or·rhag·ic -.hēm- adj occurring after and as the result of a hemorrhage <\posthemorrhagic shock> <\posthemorrhagic anemia>

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