Menstrual like blood clotting in 7th week of pregnancy?
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.
What does blood clotting mean and and would it have something to do with your periods being irregular?
If you mean blood clots in menstrual flow, it's likely not clots that you're seeing as menstrual blood doesn't clot like blood from your veins - if it did that'd be detrimental to the whole process. What you're seeing may be larger pieces of the uterine lining, which are the main waste product of menstruation, you will see these during heavier flow and heavier flow will be more likely if you have hormonal imbalance…
Could you be pregnant if you still have what seems like a cycle minus the usual clotting and you have had a negative hpt and you have type 2 diabetes?
No, you can't drink a womans menstrual blood. Firstly there is risk of infection - menstrual flow isn't dirty but is bacteria rich so could cause illness, and menstrual blood like any other blood or vaginal fluid may contain STD's such as HIV. Secondly humans cannot drink blood, he can't process the iron in blood so it can be highly toxic to us.
Iron in the bloodstream. To add more i would like to add that blood clotting happens because of blood platelets, these blood platelets are present in the blood stream in the red and white blood cells, so in order to have proper blood clotting one has to have sound immune system and balance diet as well.
You have not had your period since July 3 but you had blood in your underwear today could it be your period?
have you took a pregnancy test and when was your last period and how much blood was and your underwear. ok let's say you did not take a pregnancy test and you had a period in June and you had one in June was it normal that could have been your last period. If the blood was dark red or look like old blood If you have clotting blood then you could have been pregnant…
Is clotting sign of pregnancy I am on birth control and I usually start tomorrow May 27 but today I went to the bathroom and found a blood clot like discharge. Is that a sign of pregnancy?
Generally clotting is not a sign of pregnancy. If you already knew you were pregnant, it could be a sign of miscarriage. You might be able to take an at home pregnancy test to find out whether you are pregnant or not. If it comes out positive, check with a doctor to test HCG levels. If you were pregnant it might be a miscarriage and if it's a miscarriage you'd want a doctor involved in…
Well, if your blood is clotting the way that it should be, then when you bleed, you will not continue bleeding forever like people who have hemophilia. For instance, if you get a paper cut, you shouldn't be bleeding for a very long time and should see redness in the area. That means that the blood is rushing to the site and the platelets are trying to clot your blood. Soon, you will start to…
Is there such thing as a living tiny worm with your menstrual blood that it's almost look like a tiny worm with red head?
Although we think of menstrual fluid as being blood, it may at times have a more skin-like appearance, as may clots. The color of your menstrual fluid has no medical significance. Some women who see this kind of appearance at their period are afraid they are pregnant or miscarrying. If you were, your pregnancy test would be positive. take one if it will put your mind at ease.
In short, yes. If the aneurysm has areas where blood can pool or slow, there is an increased likelihood for clotting. Furthermore, the internal surface of the aneurysm is likely atherosclerotic and not smooth like the inside of an ideal blood vessel. This will also increase the risk for causing cells to be damaged and the clotting cascade to be triggered.
No, menstrual clots can't rupture the hymen. Menstrual blood doesn't clot like normal blood, the larger pieces you see in menstrual flow is uterine lining. The hymen is tissue that surrounds the vaginal opening, the uterine tissue isn't even big enough to stretch the hymen let alone cause it to rupture.
No, it's not normal to have blood in your urine during your period. If you are using external menstrual products like pads, or internal products like tampons or softcups that can leak, then blood lingering around the vaginal opening or vulva will be washed off by urine as you urinate and so there will be blood in the toilet bowl. If there is blood in the urine itself, not from menstrual flow, then it is…
Menstruation is shedding of the uterus lining - most of what is shed comes out as individual cells or groups of uterus cells coming out along with blood, but during heavier flow it is normal to loose larger pieces of rhe uterus lining which is what you see as 'clumps' in your menstrual flow, some people refer to these as 'clots' (although menstrual blood doesn't clot like other blood). Blood can also mix with cervical…
Blood clotting is basically your bodys response to a breach in the skin or tissue. Think of it like a shield. If you get a cut and bleed not only does your body need to stop bleeding but it also needs to prevent infection. So it releases a chemical, a sort of webbing to trap blood platelets and stick together thus making a scab for example.
What you think are clots are likely just larger pieces of the uterine lining or cervical mucus mixing with blood - this is completely normal to see, the uterine lining is the main waste product of menstruation. Menstrual blood doesn't clot like normal blood, if it did it'd be detrimental to the whole process.
Not all women experience menstrual cramps - it's important to understand menstruation doesn't have to be painful. Menstrual cramps occur as a result of hormone-like chemicals that cause the uterus to contract to push out menstrual flow, when these hormone-like chemicals are too high they cause inflammation which results in the blood vessels in the uterus contracting. Essentially it's like a heart attack: blood vessels contract causing temporary loss of oxygen to the muscles.
Is it possible to have a period every month and still be pregnant while the pregnancy test says negative and yet you feel movement inside of you for over a week?
Yes, to a degree the blood from your period will blend with pool water - like it would when you're in the bath - but of course it may be noticed, and pieces of uterine lining will not blend with pool water. Although menstrual flow is not dirty it's not hygienic or pleasant for other people to have to be swimming in your menstrual flow, so always use menstrual products like cups or tampons in…
Your menstrual flow isn't just made-up of blood, it also contains discharge, uterus tissue, and cervical mucus - it's the mucus that makes it stringy and jelly-like. Cervical mucus acts like a plug to prevent dirt and bacteria entering the uterus, during menstruation it is expelled from your vagina along with the menstrual blood.