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Is clotting always associated with miscarriage during early pregnancy?

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2005-11-20 01:02:11
2005-11-20 01:02:11

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.

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