maybe but cycles vary joymaker rn
If you have a confirmed pregnancy & was bleeding clots then this can indicate a miscarriage but you need to see your Docctor to confirm this with him. However if you was not pregnant but experienced clots during your period for the first time, then this is not caused by a miscarriage. Clots during a period is perfectly normal & may occur every period or only once a year. Its different in each Woman.
it hurts more and there is a LOT more of it. bigger and more blood clots also
you had a miscarriage
Clots during pregnancy is usually a indication of a miscarriage. Brown bleeding is usually old blood which isn't a normal period.
I went through the same thing and I had a miscarriage, there was lots of blood clots and the bleeding was extremely heavy and lasted for a week exactly.
No. It is normal for a lot of women to experience clots during their period. But if your pregnant and you experience clots along with heavy bleeding, then this is usually a indication of a miscarriage. You need to see your OB or doctor for confirmation.
Everybody is diffrent my friend had clots and very heavy bleeding and cramping at about 11 weeks but the baby was fine and healthy on the other hand there is me i had clots bleeding and contraction like cramps and ive miscarriage
Removal of Mirena in itself does not cause heavy bleeding and clots. Such symptoms are likely your period.
Yes..however if you are pregnant and bleeding you should contact your Dr or go to the ER right away.
With any bleeding during a pregnancy you need to contact your doctor right away. This is not a medical forum and I am not a doctor, but bleeding and clots are often accompanied by a miscarriage. See you doc ASAP. Good Luck.
If you are experiencing blood clots while pregnant, you should contact your doctor immediately. You could be having a miscarriage. I passed a clot when I was pregnant and I had a miscarriage. Some light bleeding may be normal, but clotting sounds more serious.
This usually occurs in the begining of the cycle. Short Pain like a knife then large clots are more typical of a miscarriage.
Yes. Accomponied by heavy bleeding and menstrual like cramps. Go to an emergency room
heavy bleeding does not always mean miscarriage. there could have been a blood clot or a tear but i have heard a few women talk about heavy bleeding and thought they were miscarrying but were fine.
* The most common and clear symptom of a miscarriage is vaginal bleeding associated with or without pain. The blood color can range from brown to bright red and could be accompanied by cramps. Bleeding could be in the form of mild spotting, persistent bleeding, heavy bleeding and passage of large clots.
During a miscarriage, the tissue is usually clots that are a grey or pinkish colour & sometimes you can see veins. However it is possible to pass large black clots during a miscarriage. It's possible you could have a miscarriage but it depends if you was having pregnancy symptoms. You may simply be having a unusually heavy period for you & passing large clots because of this. Antibiotics can sometimes cause the symptoms you mentioned but its unlikely. See your Doctor for a blood test asap.
It varies from person to person, but myself and a friend of mine both had cramping a few days before we had a lighter than usual period and then about a two week long period with lots of clots and cramps.
Any chance it could be a miscarriage?
A heavy painful period with clots.
Additional Information: After three or four days of this, the bleeding ended but I still have the very bad pain. My period normally lasts a full seven days, so I really don't believe it to be that.pregnancy or miscarriage
Symptoms are: Very painful abdominal pain. Heavy bleeding (red blood) Clotty bleeding Greyish/black or pinkish clots
Prolonged Bleeding doesnt always mean you pregnant, stress can change patterens as well as having a unnormal period. If you think you pregnant n have a brownish discharge or heavey bleeding with clots i suggest seeing a doctor asap. It could mean a miscarriage an you may need medical attention, or even a prolong period may seen like a miscarriage. Either way seeing a doctor is the best way to go.
If these are discharges from your vagina, go to an hospital emergency room,. You may be having a miscarriage.