Is it normal to pass tiny blood clots when seven weeks pregnant?
i don't think so-- if you having pain or cramping feeling you should go to your doctor asap..i wish nothing bad happen good luck
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Answer . \nI had cramping quite badly early on, but everything was fine. It got better later on, and now (I'm at 35 weeks) my stomach only bothers me when I have to use my abdominal muscles too quickly -- because my abs aren't used to all the weight, probably. Don't worry about it - if your OBGYN… says you're okay, go with that. ( Full Answer )
Recently I experienced my third miscarriage at 4 weeks. I had two days of heavy bleeding and one day when a very large clot plopped into the toilet, which was the amniotic sac. Yes you do pass clots and tissue. Good luck and blessings!
Answer . 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.
Are you going to lose your baby if you're 6 weeks pregnant and you've been spotting on and off for about 2 weeks and yesterday you passed a few blood clots but you're not cramping?
Answer . Not necessarily, but you definitely need to get to the emergency room right away.
Answer . \nThis 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.
Does heavy bleeding at 6 weeks pregnant with no cramping and passing a blood clot about the size of a quarter mean a definite miscarriage?
No, it does not always mean you have had a miscarriage. Women are different and so are all pregnancies. However, at this time call your Ob-Gyn or midwife. They will more than likely tell you to go to the ER. Tests will be ran there.
Cause of bleeding at 12 weeks pregnant . It could be a bad sign, but it is best to schedule an emergency visit with your doctor to find out the cause of the bleeding. Some women bleed through their entire pregnancy but it is best to consult your doctor to find out exactly what's going on.\n. \n.… \nany bleeding during pregnancy should not be considered "normal" go consult your OB/GYN or nurse/midwife ASAP just to be sure that nothing is wrong and to put your mind at rest GOOD LUCK and GOD BLESS!!!! ( Full Answer )
\n. \n Answer . No it is not normal to still be bleeding and having clots a month after childbirth. Your loss by now should be just a creamy dicharge if anything at all.\n. \nPlease go and see your doctor as you may have a piece of placenta left behind..
Answer . Any questions about discharge or anything that has to do with your pegnancy that causes concern go to your doctor and ask them to see if everything is ok. It's a lot better to ask the question and find out nothing is wrong, then to not ask the question have something wrong and then later… find out that it could have possibly been fixed or prevented. I hope this helps and everything is ok. Good Luck and God Bless!!! ( Full Answer )
What if you are about 4 to 5 months pregnant and you wake up with blood all over your sheets and a week from that you spot a little and pass a small clot but you are still testing on a pregnancy test?
Answer . You need to get to a doctor. Chances are you have miscarried and your body is coming off of the hormones. You will still test positive until your body has recovered. I may be wrong, but it is important to get to a doctor anyway.\n. \n Answer \n. \nAt this late stage you would kno…w if you had miscarried it is more likely you have a low-lying placenta and you really do need to see a doctor. ( Full Answer )
Answer . You can't throw up a pregnancy or a miscarriage. You should go to the doctor now! You could have internal bleeding. Good luck and God Bless:)
\n. \n Answer \n. \nYou can only know you are two weeks pregnant by counting back once you have a positive test as two weeks pregnant is the day you conceive. Alternatively if you are (incorrectly) counting from conception, two weeks is the day your period is due so you may be having a perio…d.\n. \n. \nLater in pregnancy the cervix is very vascular during pregnancy and it is common to bleed a little after sex. To be safe, don't have sex until the spotting has stopped, and you might want to check in with your doctor too. ( Full Answer )
\n. \n Answer \n. \nyes it is!You will be very gassy for the whole time you are pregnant!!!I was with both my kids so you will have to get used to it!LOL\n. \n How do you know? \n. \nHow do you know you are pregnant 3 days before ovulating? Because that is when 1 and half weeks pregnant… is. Even one and a half weeks after ovulating you would be unlikely to have a positive test.\n. \nHaving said that many pregnant women have gas/constipation/diarrhoea, but not all. ( Full Answer )
Answer . It depends whether the blood clot was the Embryo & whether you was carrying twins. The only way to be certain is by going to your doctor for a quantitative beta hcg pregnancy blood test. You will need to ask your doctor specifically for this blood test.
if it bleeds in 12-14 week of a pregnant woman what is danger for herself n her baby
Answer . if you had a miscarriage your HPT will be positive for 14 days, good luck joymaker rn
If you are nine weeks pregnant had a healthy scan at eight weeks but have bled cotinually since and are now passing clots but have only slight pain and no heavy blood loss have you lost the baby?
Answer . You prbably have because the same thing happened to my mom so, take another pregnancy test then go to the doctor SORRY if you did loose it!!!!!
Answer . Some bleeding is normal, but if its heavy bleeding then probably not normal but you should see a doctor either way.
no blood clots do not mean that you are actually pregnant it could be other things. are they followed by pain cramps and other things, you before you assume you are pregnant go get a pregnancy test from the store if you are not pregnant you should follow up with your doctor. there are other import…ant organs in there that may have something going on and it is important to have them checked out. do not wait. ( Full Answer )
After giving birth, locia is present from 2-5 weeks. If lociastopped and restarted and you are passing clots it is best to beseen by a physician.
You took 3 pregnancy test all came out positive you had light bleeding for a week and now for 2 days you been passing large blood clots and having heavy bleeding are you still pregnant?
I am sorry but it sounds like a m/c. =( I had one a few weeks ago and it was like that. I am so sorry for your loss, God Bless
In clinical laboratory science it is common to wait 20-30 minutesfor whole blood to clot totally in order to produce serum. Theexact time depends on the container and the condition of the humansubject.
I had all shapes and sizes of blood clots after the birth of my babies. To ease your mind, though, you should call your ob-gyn ask him about it. Meanwhile, I posted a link to an article about postpartum bleeding (see below Related Links).
Your 5 weeks pregnant and had a few drops of red blood and a small clot could you still be pregnant?
well usually if your pregnant a fair few women experience light bleeding possibly a clot...this signalls that the egg has burrowed itself into ur uterus. but i ain't no expert....my advice if your slightly concerned ...book an appointment with your GP to get a blood test...their 100% accurate
I'm 8 weeks pregnant and bleeding and passing blood clots with cramping can I still be pregnant in this condition?
If you are sure that your pregnant I would suggest going to the hospital, because it sounds like you may be having a miscarriage. If so I am very sorry.
Platelets (also called 'thrombocytes' ) flow in the blood with white & red blood cells. They are what gather together at a damaged site and connect or 'adhere' to one-another, forming a protective barrier. Once formed, other clotting factors floating in the blood literally get 'turned-on' when p…assing the site and are drawn into the formation. Fibrin, a fiborous tissue part, is the final stage of the clot. A fibrin clot is created when fiborous tissue connects to several of the clotting factors and forms a protective 'web' over the area. Ideally, this formation stays in place until the area is healed, at which time the clot disolves into tiny fragments and washes away in the blood. ( Full Answer )
Blood clotting when pregnant is formed by deep veins of the legs or in the pelvic area. This condition is known as deep-vein thrombosis (DVT). Pulmonary embolism (PE) is a life-threatening event that occurs when a clot from elsewhere in the body breaks off and travels to the lungs. Risk of devel…oping a blood clot during pregnancy is increased by the following: . Obesity . Prolonged bed rest . Prolonged inactivity (long trips by plane or car) . Surgical deliveries . Genetic predispositions to blood clots Preventable: . Be aware of risk factors. . Know your family history. . Make sure your doctor knows about any history of blood clots or blood clotting disorders in your family. . Remain active, with your doctor's approval. . Be aware of the signs and symptoms of a blood clot. Visit your doctor immediately if you think you have one. ( Full Answer )
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 f…or bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor if you are too concerned. ( Full Answer )
You are 8 months pregnant and had a very small blood clot looking thing when you wiped after urinating but no blood what was it and is it normal?
it sound like your mucus plug. can be first sign of labor too so good luck!!!!!!
I was 6 weeks pregnant went i started to pass little bits of tissue on the monday, i was sent to the EPAU and scanned, its showed a heart beat, however the bleeding did not stop and i went back on the thurday after more pain and more clots and there was no heart beat. i fully miscarried later that d…ay.. If you are in any doubt, please see your doctor or get referred to your local hospital or clinic. sitting and worrying does you nor your baby any good.. I hope you were luckier than me. I will be keeping my fingers crossed for you. ( Full Answer )
As far as the clots go, the size of these really depends on therate of blood loss from the lining of the uterus, which is shedduring a period and is the cause of the bleeding. If the blood loss is very slow, the blood that appears is oftendark and scanty with few obvious clots. If there is a sudde…n significant blood loss, then either frankblood appears in liquid form, or blood collects in pockets beforeit appears and then comes out as a clot of blood. These can look like black or dark jelly-like clots, that are shiny,or more granular brownish clots that can look like bits of liver ortissue. ( Full Answer )
Can you be pregnant you were due your period this weekend started bleeding earlier this week jelly like clots heavy and very bright red blood in colour not your normal period what is happening?
Calm down, you're not pregnant. You've just gotten to a later stage in life and the area down there thinks it is needed more so is making more use of the blood. Don't worry its just progressin.
I never had any with 3 pregnancies. I'd see a doctor A.S.A.P. it may be a miscarriage
I am 8 weeks pregnant and am bleeding dark blood and am passing small blood clots but have no cramping what is happening?
\nits best to book an appointment with your gp to make sure, if you start to have cramps which feel like period pains it could be a sign of ectopic pregnancy where the baby develops outside of the womb. small clots could be a sign of a miscarriage so get an appointment asap or go to your nearest hos…pital ( Full Answer )
this sounds like a gynacolical problem. Depending on your age, you either have fybroids that must be removed, or you are menapausal, nomatter which, you must see a gynacologist.
It depends on where it came from and why. The only person who can give you a conclusive answer is your doctor.
6 weeks pregnant- Went to first OB visit and ultrasound yesterday no problems saw heartbeat- Last night started bleeding heavily passed blood clot. no symptoms no cramps no pain---Miscarriage?
Not usually,. but some women have problems holding the baby in with the cervix. but usually can occure in a miscarriage.. consult your doctor right away.
Von Willebrand's disease. prolongs bleeding time but it doesn't actually prevent it... just delays it. if a person with no von disease bleeds for ten seconds when cut or something a person with von will probably bleed longer before it clots.
I believe it is normal, I get it too. I'm no expert. But you're not the only one.
I'm sorry to hear about your lose. I lost mine 3 months ago. I was bleeding heavy for a few weeks after. I was back and forth to the hospital to be examined because they had to help me as some times clots can block what's left to come out. Go to the doctors or hospital. Hope I've helped.
I'm afraid it did in my case. My husband and I had intercourse in week 11, day 3 of my pregnancy which was painful at the time. The following afternoon I passed some mucous with a light pink tinge. Two days later a little more of this with one tiny speck of blood. By that evening it had become red s…tringy mucous and blood clots. I rested as much as possible the next day but by the next evening I had stomach cramps, back-ache and sadly a miscarriage occurred. Various research I have done in the last few days says 20% of women bleed during pregnancy and 80% of those complete the pregnancy successfully, however the outcome for clots did not seem so good. Also unfortunately that around 1 in 5 of all pregnancies miscarry and 1 in 4 in women over 35. In the first trimester, a miscarriage is believed to be due to improper or incomplete development of the baby - not being stressed etc. I certainly do not think that having intercourse caused our miscarriage, just that unfortunately things were not right. As devastating as a miscarriage is I have taken some solace in the fact it could have been worse if the baby miscarried at a later stage or was unable to survive once born. ( Full Answer )
There are different reasons that a woman may be passing blood clotsafter their period. It could be fibroid tumors, endometriosis, oranother female issue. It is best to talk to a gynecologist to findout exactly what is going on.
Yes. Usually passing any sort of blood clot is not a normal or good sign .
If you're pregnant & passing clots, you need to see a doctor.You could be miscarrying or your baby could be in distress.
Yes a blood clot does not prevent you from ovulating. Or if you mean clots like on your period I would say no.
Bleeding is never considered "normal" although it does happen to a lot of women. You need to call your obgyn immediately. They will send you for bloodwork to check your hcg levels and an ultrasound to see what's going on inside your cervix and uterus. Cramping is normal but not when accompanied with… bleeding. ( Full Answer )
Blood clots are more common during pregnancy than when not pregnant, but they are still rare.
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.
A simple nick that doesn't involve a named vessel should develop a blood clot within 2 minutes. If you are asking about specific clotting times, this will depend upon the test you are running and the reagents you are using.
It's unlikely that you are passing blood clots. You're likelyseeing reminants of the uterus lining being expelled towards theend of your period. Yes, this is completely normal.