my doctor told me it's normal nothing to worry about. The clots are the tissues that are being shed from the uterus many women pass clots during their period as long as they aren't the size of an egg your fine hope this helps... Hello there -
This is very common hun. Each period is individual just like the woman is. Some women never have any blood clots during their periods while others always have blood clots. So don't be alarmed. :o)
Yes a blood clot does not prevent you from ovulating. Or if you mean clots like on your period I would say no.
Clots during pregnancy is usually a indication of a miscarriage. Brown bleeding is usually old blood which isn't a normal period.
It's natural and nothing to worry about. When blood gets out of your veins, it clots. If it didn't the bleeding would not stop. Bruises and blood blisters are blood clots under the skin. If the blood comes out from your skin it gets really dry and forms a scab. Period blood remains in wet lumps inside you until it comes out. That's all normal and good.Maybe you hear about blood clots being bad, but that's because they're INSIDE the veins, so they can stick in your heart or brain.
Medications given to dissolve blood clots would be thrombolytics.
The spotting and blood clots could just be part of a normal light period. The only way to know for sure if you are pregnant would be to take a pregnancy test.
They will create blood clots so don't get one!
Big clots would concern me. But I did have tiny little clots with my pregnancy at first and things turned out fine.
So, your period only lasted two days and you had lots of blood clots and as a result you might be wondering what is wrong. For many females, their monthly period lasts between 3 and 7 days, with the flow usually light at the beginning, increasing after a day or two and then tapering off. It is also not uncommon to have some blood clots. If this experience is unusual for you, it might be worth seeking advice from your doctor who would be best fit to put your mind at rest.
I expect that they are nothing to worry about, but I would advise you to speak to your doctor, nurse or gynaecologist about it next time you see them
that would be a thrombus douchhhe beg
A period is basically when the lining of your womb realises there's no egg to keep safe, and therefore breaks down and exits as a period. It is normal to have some loss of clots/strange blood loss or "snot looking stuff". However, if there has been any chance of you being pregnant, and you have had severe pains/discomfort and large clots, this could be a miscarriage. However, the pain would be far far worse than pmt, and you'd have probably already gone to see your doctor. To recap, loss of clots is normal. If in doubt, always consult your doc
if it were early in the pregnancy, it would seem like a really heavy period. bad cramps, blood and clots. a miscarriage later in pregnancy would have a lot of blood and tissue that is not normal for a period, and the cramps would probably be a lot worse. I've wondered if I've ever had a miscarriage and didn't know, if it happened close to the time of a regular period I wouldn't know.
Probably nothing, but could be a sign of infection. If the blood clots have a white center, you may have miscarried. If you miscarried though it would be very painful and you'd fill more then 2 super maxi pads in 2 hours. My period has blood clots all the time and I am healthy- my gyn said that's normal.
I would go to your dentist or your doctor and see if the blood clots will be harmed !!!!
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.
If you are pretty young, then this could be totally normal. Teenagers can have a lot of changes in their periods - sometimes they come very early or very late. They can also have some periods with lots of clots and tissue and some with just dark blood and some with almost nothing. Stress can also make your period late. This would also be a good question to talk to your doctor about.
What you are seeing as clots are probably not clots at all, after all menstrual blood doesn't clot like normal blood as if it did it would be detrimental to the whole process - you're likely seeing either blood mixing with cervical mucus, or larger pieces of uterus lining (you can tell which by pressing on them, if they don't break apart they are more likely to be lining). This is normal during the heavier points in your cycle, it's just normal menstrual flow.
Blood clots can become stuck in any small blood vessels, however the most serious places for clots to lodge are the brain (causing ischaemic stroke), the coronary arteries of the heart (causing a heart attack) or the lungs (pulmonary embolism).
The transfusion of type A blood into a person who has type B blood would cause fatal blood clots.
the sickle shaped blood cells would block the blood flow and u will get blood clots
Brownish blood and redish blood is the same. Every one has spotting between periods. It is completely normal. Don't worry about it.
A heavy painful period with clots.
Because if you didn't, you would be pouring out blood, and would eventually die. And there are things in your body that stop blood flow, and that's one of them.
You would take Warfarin 5mg to prevent or treat blood clots.
this is very normal. the chunks are actually clots. Depending on your age, and frequency of your period this can be normal. But if you are worried it is a miscarriage, (you would not of had your period for awhile unless you have just become pregnant) go see a doctor to make sure.