Yes, you can pass tissue that looks like clots, you can have heavy thick blood loss, and yes, you can pass tissue that is the sac or membranes of the pregnancy. They are very distinctive if you have had children before.
Go see your doctor or go to the emergency room. You aren't supposed to bleed when you are pregnant.
Possibly...but if you are pregnant, if could mean that you are trying to abort (read- miscarry). Please, contact your doctor immediately! Especially if bleeding gets heavier. The 'clumps' are clots.
Yes a blood clot does not prevent you from ovulating. Or if you mean clots like on your period I would say no.
it would look like gray tissue.... not to be gross but when u have blood clots that is what its like but it will look like gray tissue
Blood clots are more common during pregnancy than when not pregnant, but they are still rare.
You can still be pregnant even though you are spotting and loosing blood clots.
If you're pregnant & passing clots, you need to see a doctor. You could be miscarrying or your baby could be in distress.
A heavy painful period with clots.
Very likely. You need a doctor to confirm this. Bleeding heavily like a period is the first sign of miscarraige.