Most likely it is You should really see your doctor. What are the causes of bleeding? Vaginal bleeding during pregnancy is always of some concern. Significant bleeding (soaking a pad or more) after 20 weeks of pregnancy is referred to as an Antepartum Haemorrhage (or 'APH'). Lesser amounts of blood loss may be referred to as 'spotting' or 'scant loss'. Vaginal bleeding before 20 weeks of pregnancy is generally referred to as a 'threatened miscarriage'. You can read more about this in bleeding during early pregnancy. The main causes of vaginal bleeding after 20 weeks of pregnancy that could amount to an antepartum haemorrhage (if heavy enough) are bleeding from the woman's cervix or her vaginal area (about 50 - 60% of the time), a low-lying placenta known as 'placenta previa' (about 20- 25% of the time), the placenta separating from the wall of the uterus, known as 'placental abruption' (about 20- 25% of the time) or unusual conditions known as 'vasa previa' or 'velamentous Insertion'(
It means when a lot of blood comes out
It depends if you have a heavy flow or not and what point in your period you're at.
A lot LOT of blood from your period. Not too much but I Jace heavy flows during the middle of my period. A heavy flow is when more blood comes in your period than a normal flow. Don't worry. I have aheavy flow right now.
if you have a heavy period that means you have a LOT of blood coming out the whole time you have it. if you have a light period that means there is only a little bit that comes the entire time your on your period.
this is possible
what would cause heavy clotting during a period and bleed for two months straight
that's just a heavy period
first go to the doctor, second I had a period the first three months with both of my pregnancy's. If the flow is brown that usually means old blood. Are you cramping? How heavy is the flow? Foremost GO TO THE DOCTOR!!!!
Every women is diffrent, some just spot, some have heavy flows with blood clots, others only have light flows , depends on your body.
Brown blood is old blood & usually occurs at the begining of your period or towards the end of your period. It can also occur a few days after your period finished. Black blood is exactly the same, except for this is blood that's been released which contains a lot of Hemoglobin which gives blood its red colour. This can occur after a heavy period or irregular period with varying cycles. If concerned then see your Doctor as a examination would be a good idea as this has been going on for 2 months now.
Thats just a period they can be heavy or light some months or all months they can be heavy but its better when your having a light period because you don't feel ewwy
i was on my period for nine monthes and had the heavy with bloodclots and to be honest i almost died you are probally aneimic like i was and they had to give me a blood transfusion so if i was you i would definatly go soon to ensure your not stuck in the hospitial like i was.
Then that's normal.
Yes because u havent a period for 3 months its old blood that never came out the uterus dnt worry i am exactly the same.
I would go and get a home pregnancy test, take it, If it comes back positive, obviously youre pregnant.f it comes back negative, go to a doctor ASAP.
Yes it does, comes after two weeks but not very heavy
It deppends on when you had your last one.
why am i bleeding heavy and having blood clots ? i even bleed thourgh my tapons
It depends on how heavy the period is average is a few tea spoons of blood, it's only your womb lining shredding
Miscarriage? or just heavy period?
It is extremely normal there are girls who get their periods at 8 years old so you shouldn't be worried, and I believe it is impossible to have a period for 10 months (Anyone that has had it that long needs to be checked out! And even then it wouldn't be a period!!!) It is also quite normal to get your period and then it doesn't come back for months then it comes back and doesn't come back for months but eventually it will become regular.
Perhaps. Some women do have a heavy flow.
It's the shedding of the blood lining your uterus. It's not quite clotted, but is not as liquid as the blood in your veins.
drink lots of water it thins the blood
because your period is going to be heavy if you do that were a pad 5 days before your period comes on