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Is it normal to have spotting with tiny blood clots when you are a month into the pregnancy?

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2005-12-02 20:21:25
2005-12-02 20:21:25

Yes and no, I had that with my daughter and found out it was normal but it is a tear in the uterus....you need to get checked.

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Light, pinkish or brown bleeding - without cramps. It is not spotting if there is bright red blood, with clots and/or cramping. Call your doctor to be sure everything is normal.

The spotting and blood clots could just be part of a normal light period. The only way to know for sure if you are pregnant would be to take a pregnancy test.

You can still be pregnant even though you are spotting and loosing blood clots.

No. Contact your doctor as soon as possible. There should not be any blood loss during pregnancy.

This is not normal, but it is not unusual. As long as the clots are small and you have no cramps you are probably all right. anything more and youneed to see a doctor or goto the ER.

No. Blood clots are part of a normal period.

I just came back home from the hospital. I went in for vaginal spotting. Doctor confirmed my pregnancy (6/7 Ala along) and said that spotting during early pregnancy is fairly common as long as its not accompanied by chills, fever, heavy bleeding with or without blood clots. I tested positive for a UTI and doc stated that the spotting could be from that. He put me antibiotics for a week. I have no UTI symptoms besides the spotting and twitched/vibrations around uterus. Good luck.

My nurse said that it is normal to have some blood clots. As you begin to heel the blood clots will start to break away from the wound.

For some people it can be normal. It shouldn't be heavy with blood clots in it. That would be a miscarriage.

why am i bleeding heavy and having blood clots ? i even bleed thourgh my tapons

Blood clots are more common during pregnancy than when not pregnant, but they are still rare.

Get a pregnancy test and find out if you are pregant. Otherwise light spotting not unusual. Spotting large clots is unusual, see your doc. I AM NOT A DOCTOR, JUST A WOMAN WHO OVULATES.

* you see blood clots which are actually clots of tissue in your menstruation -- don't worry, this is a normal occurrence and is no cause for alarm. Blood clots such as these are perfectly normal because menstruation involves the shedding of the lining of the uterus.

It can be normal to bleed during the early parts of pregnancy but not blood clots. I suggest you go to your doctor asap and tell them whats going on.

It typically is not normal for dogs to have clots. It is best to take her to the vet and make sure nothing is wrong if she is experiencing blood clots.

Plasmin is a normal substance found in the blood that breaks down clots.

* you see blood clots which are actually clots of tissue in your menstruation -- don't worry, this is a normal occurrence and is no cause for alarm. Blood clots such as these are perfectly normal because menstruation involves the shedding of the lining of the uterus.

Clots during pregnancy is usually a indication of a miscarriage. Brown bleeding is usually old blood which isn't a normal period.

No. Usually implantation bleeding is a bright red to brown drops of blood. No clots.

Being able to feel very large blood clots, may be a problem. Feeling blood clots is normal, but large ones may cause vaginal viruses.

you will bleed if you in the middle of your period and near the time of birth of your child. in clots... maybe ask a doctor but it should be normal. Also take asurvey of you friends to see if they have the same problem if to see if that clot thing is normal. If not GO TO YOUR DOCTOR.

No if you get gray blood clots you should go straight to your local doctor they could be serious.

No excessive blood clots are not normal you should be seen by your heath care provider.

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