I do not know the answer, but i thought i was pregnant and possibly still am i think but my period was a whole week late and i bled and clotted very heavily for two days and have been spotting for the last three. I would like to know as well. i have been reading other comments and questions that say yes you can have a regular period throughout the duration of a pregnancy. My mother told me she had two with her first pregnancy and just thought she had the flu (instead of morning sickness). however i also read that this is not hereditary but still possible. i am so confused.
I expect that they are nothing to worry about, but I would advise you to speak to your doctor, nurse or gynaecologist about it next time you see them
Most women pass some clots. If your period has a lot of clots, you should see your doctor, there are things they can do to help you.
It's perfectly natural to experience clots during your period, don't worry.
They are typically a normal part of menstruation, more common when a woman has been sitting or in a stationary position for a while
Clots are common during your whole period in some people and is perfectly normal.
No if you get gray blood clots you should go straight to your local doctor they could be serious.
Yes it's the lining of the uterus coming out.
u may have endomitriosis
During periods, blood clots can be caused by the body not being able to release anticoagulants quick enough to prevent the blood from clotting. Some clotting is normal during a period and mostly occurs on the heaviest days.
The blood travels from the uterus out the vagina.
No it isn't dangerous but you might want to go and get it checked out maybe its just old blood
Menopause means a stopping of having periods. There IS no period blood.
Is it full on 5 day periods, or spotting? Spotting indicates possible stress, strong emotion, or just some extra blood after the period. I'm no doctor, but I don't think it's normal to be having three periods a month.
No it is not normal at all, unless you are on your periods. Otherwise you need to see a doctor fast as you can.
This may be the reason:- It occurs due to forcing out of bad contect of material in the body in the form of blood through vagina during Menstrual periods.
Yes it is appropriate to have fasting blood tests during periods
Spotting is OK But anything dark red and very blood can be cause for concern. If you are having a lot of blood and a lot of cramping you should probably go see your doctor asap!
AnswerMany people feel dizzy during their periods, however it could be a sign of anaemia, which women often get from the amount of blood lost during their periods. I suggest going to see the doctor about it so they can check.Answeryes, it is normal to get cramps, dizziness and for some reason i get really hot. for my last two periods i have felt dizzy and even have missed school because of it. some people even faint. it is perfectly normal.
No, they just put more iron in your blood