Are you sure it was 2 periods. It sounds like you had a "miscarriage". I hope you are O.K. It wouldn"t be a bad idea to go to the doctor or clinic to check.
No. Usually implantation bleeding is a bright red to brown drops of blood. No clots.
can you pass little tiny blood clots during implantation
you could have fibroids which will have to be removed surgically, so it is better to have your gynaecologist make a thorough examination.
No this is a normal heavy period. Implantation bleeding is usually light.
Yes, it can be normal to bleed bright red with clots after having your IUD removed. Was your period due? The bleeding is not a sign of a medical problem.
With any bleeding during a pregnancy you need to contact your doctor right away. This is not a medical forum and I am not a doctor, but bleeding and clots are often accompanied by a miscarriage. See you doc ASAP. Good Luck.
I'm not sure, but you should go to the gynentologist and have them check it out.
Yes, it sure can be! Implantation bleeding varies from woman to woman, and someimes is heavier, and may even contain clots! Don't get discouraged if your implantation bleeding is bright red, heavy, and contains clots. And isn't the average "light pink or light brown" mumbo jumbo. Every woman is different!
Yes you should,i was just 5 weeks pregnant and started bleeding and cramping,i had a little blood clot.I did'NT go to the E.R.When i went to my docter a few days later,they said it was'NT a period,i had a miscarriage.They said i should've definitely went to the E.R.You should not be bleeding,having clots,or cramping.Go ASAP.Good luck
It depends on what stage you are in during your pregnancy. If it's only a small amount , there are no clots, There is no cramping, and it isn't bright red you should be ok. If it continues , you become worried about it, or you experience a lot of bleeding,bright red bleeding, clots, cramping, fowl smelling discharge or a gush of liquid from your vagina contact your dr or go to the ER immediately.
Large clots would mean that the bleeding had already occurred. If there is considerable distance to the outside of the body, such as from an ulcer or intestinal bleeding, then you would have just the clots by the time it makes it out of the body.
Anytime you have bleeding there's a potential for clotting.
Removal of Mirena in itself does not cause heavy bleeding and clots. Such symptoms are likely your period.
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 element that forms blood clots is platelets.
* The most common and clear symptom of a miscarriage is vaginal bleeding associated with or without pain. The blood color can range from brown to bright red and could be accompanied by cramps. Bleeding could be in the form of mild spotting, persistent bleeding, heavy bleeding and passage of large clots.
This happens when you are bleeding or when you are wounded.
Hi my name is Amber. I have not had a miscarrage but.. i am 10 weeks pg with a threatened miscarrage. Are you bleeding bright red blood or passing black clots with fleshy tissue? Are you having severe cramps? that is a miscarrage. are u bleeding bright red blood with tiny clots and abdominal pain? that is a subchoronic bleed. in the uterus.. someone help tell me something. im ten weeks pg have a subchoronic. ive had pain for a month straight.. bleedind red bright blood some mucus that looks like the m plug. tiny clots.. drs says its a threatened miscarrage.. how long am i supossed to bleed?
Many patients with thrombocytosis remain free of complications for long periods. However, some patients may die as a result of blood clots or uncontrolled bleeding.
Severe cramping, heavy bleeding, bright red bleeding, clots, sudden stop in pregnancy symptoms are a few. If you feel that you may be having a miscarriage contact your dr and go to the ER immediately.
It depends on how long ago you took it. Are you bleeding at all? There may NOT be clots. I didn't have a lot of bleeding- i expected it to be much worse than it was. (The pain was worse than the bleeding.)
Hello, Unlikely but its difficult to say. Implantation bleeding is usually pinkish discharge, spotting of blood for a few hours or brown bleeding for 3 days. Not a heavy flow red bleeding. Test in 2 weeks and if its positive, then you know its implantation bleeding.
Enzymes don't stop bleeding, blood platelets do by forming clots.
Blood clots, bleeding, infection