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What does it mean if you passed red blood with a clot the size of a nickel and the doctors said not to worry and that you would pass a very large clot next?


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2005-10-27 21:08:00
2005-10-27 21:08:00

Did the doctors give a reason for the bleed? I would definetely ask your doctor what he/she meant by this? Don't be afraid to ask lots of questions with your doctor. If they don't give you specific answers, please think about finding another doctor.


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Yes. Usually passing any sort of blood clot is not a normal or good sign .

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If it's a regular nickel, 5 cents. If it's a silver war nickel (with a large mint mark on the back), $2.

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Less people of all races have type A negative which is a large large/big big differance als the blood cells are just plain differnt so that is a big deal so its a good thing the doctors are testing you again

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