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If there was thick white stuff in your vaginal area after heavy bleeding following a big blood clot was it a miscarriage?

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2015-07-16 19:23:46
2015-07-16 19:23:46

Yes I'm sorry to say but it was a miscarriage and that big blood clot that came out was most likely baby. The same thing happen to my friend because some girl kicked her in her stomach and she had a miscarriage. She said she had a big blood clot come out when she had her miscarriage.

I had a D&C at 9 weeks after we found out the baby was no longer alive. The D&C removed the Fetus but not all of the "material" so, two days later I had HORRIBLE cramps and huge Clumps fell out of me. The clumps were almost as big as my fist. This happened 4 or 5 times. So, unless I was having Quads, I don't think the Clot was the baby. Doctors say the fetus is usually grayish tissue, and some people say they could see the baby.

It could also be that you were ovulating and a period took place, but also, yes it could have been a miscarriage...If the clot was a light gray-or-off-white color and a little transparent...

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* 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.

The bleeding you experience during a miscarriage is notyour period. It is bleeding due to losing the baby.

You will NOT have blood present in your urine with a miscarriage. A miscarriage involves only your uterus. If there is blood in your urine its a problem with either your bladder, kidneys, or something in between the two. If you're miscarrying its possible the 'blood in [your] urine' is actually vaginal bleeding that is being washed out of your vagina when you pee. To determine if this is the case be sure to wipe your vagina before peeing, then urinate in a cup, rather than in the toilet, so you can see exactly what color your urine is. If your urine is still pink-ish or red then yes, the bleeding is coming from your bladder or somewhere else in your urinary tract. If there is no blood in the urine then the bleeding is vaginal. Either way, GO SEE A DOCTOR! Whether its a miscarriage, abnormal vaginal bleeding, or blood in your urine, its not normal and may be evidence of a serious condition. Please seek medical attention as soon as you can.

Anemia, loosely speaking, is a low blood count. It can be a result of blood loss including vaginal bleeding. Anemia does not cause vaginal bleeding. Cases of bleeding during intercourse are oftentimes caused by mere trauma to the cervix or a possible vaginal tear.

It could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor if you are too concerned.

It could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor if you are too concerned.

Vaginal bleeding originates closer to the entrance, and is not normal. Also, it may produce more blood and bleeds longer if not cleaned. Consult a doctor if vaginal bleeding occurs.

Vaginal bleeding is a period, not sure what you mean. If you have a cut down there when you wipe if you see a small amount of blood. but if there is blood in the tiolet and alot of blood on the tissue then that's a period.

It is possible that it could be implantation bleeding caused by the fertilized egg to attach itself to the uterine wall. Or it could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor as soon as you can.

Miscarriage? Bleeding disorder? Taking a blood thinner, such as aspirin? I hope whoever is asking this question has consulted a doctor.

It can be normal, but you may want to contact your doctor just in case. Or it could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor if you are too concerned.

The most basic test would be a taste test (I know, disgusting but it works). Period blood and blood from vaginal bleeding look the same, but taste completely different. Period blood is sweet tasting (because of the abundance of hormone in it) and vaginal blood is copper tasting. Hope this helped.

It depends like if you are spotting lightly it can be a sign of threatened abortion, if you have painless vaginal bleeding that is placenta previa but when you have severe vaginal bleeding that is abruptio placenta.

One to two weeks is normal. I would refer people after 2-3 weeks, depending on the amount of blood loss and whether it was tailing off or not.

Typically, a five week miscarriage would cause bleeding like a period.

No this isn't a miscarriage. Miscarriages result in extreme and intense pain which is agony and very heavy bleeding. What you experience is not a miscarriage. The blood tissue is a clot from your period.

It is the blood generally caused when the female's vaginal membrane is broken by the penis.

A indication of a misscarriage is a confirmed pregnancy folowed by bleeding and abdominal pain. If you suspect you are having a miscarriage, see your Doctor within 24 hours for a blood test to check the HCG in your system. You will need to have the blood test performed 2 days later - if the HCG has decreased, you are most likely having a miscarriage. You will also require an abdominal scan or a trans-vaginal scan to see if you have expelled the foetus.

If the bleeding is lasting too long, check your blood pressure. There are medications to normalize menstruation abnormalities.

Yes this was most likely a miscarriage. Especially if you experienced abdominal crmaping & vaginal bleeding. If you didn't experience cramping & bleeding then it most likely wasn't a miscarriage but uterine tissue being released which does happen sometimes - its your uterus way of clearing itself out fully.

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.

Brown is just old blood, if it was only slight bleeding and no cramping it was unlikely to be a miscarriage, just what is called a 'threatened' miscarriage. Your doctor may send you for an ultrasound scan just to check all is well.

If you vaginal blood comes in contact with the test strip it can give you inaccurate results.

it hurts more and there is a LOT more of it. bigger and more blood clots also


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