Blood clots during period normal

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Avatar m tn While blood clots are a normal part of a heavier period, that size blood clots and that frequent passing of them is not normal nor is the length of your period. A period should only last up to 7 days, not longer. Your doctor will probably put you on birth control to regulate your periods, and that should make them lighter and a lot shorter (mine went from 7 days heavy with clots to 2-3 days medium flow and sometimes light).
Avatar n tn I have blood clots since my period started,(23 years ago) and I always thought it is normal for every one, but once I was chatting with my friends and discovered that I am the only one who suffer this. I have a 7 days period with blood clots on each and every day, and severe blood clots on the second and third day of my period. Is this normal? and does this affect if I want to be pregnant.
Avatar n tn bleeding is normal but am having medium size blood clots.. i know blood clots are normal and every time i have blood clots.. but from thepast 3 monthsi am using krimson 35 for regular periods and stopped them last month.. and this month clots didnt stopped.. am not able to bear it and i have no pain and nothing.. just clots.. i want to stop it immedieatly because we are trying for children and so i dont want to use again contraceptive like krimson 35..
Avatar f tn i have my tubes tied and every month i have my period, i have large size blood clots passing thru. Is this normal and what are my chances of becoming pregnant?
Avatar n tn Blood clots are the uterus shedding which is normal during menstruation. Have you always had blood clots during your period? Do you have PCOS by any chance?
Avatar f tn Hey all, so this morning I woke up and I had brown blood clots, I dunno if its normal or not.
Avatar n tn ( if you are in fact having a miscarriage and take a pregnancy test after the bleeding stops it may still come out positive for a few weeks after that even though you miscarried..
Avatar f tn About six days ago I started my period. So far everything went fine, until yesterday. I know blood clots are normal, I have them often during my period. This time it seems a little odd. The jelly like stuff are usually bigger than they normally are. About three to four inches in lenght and two to three inches in width ( a guess ). It is also accompanied by a LOT of blood. I have to change my pads every two hour for two days now. I seem to be bleeding too much ( ?
Avatar f tn Hi there, I'm a bit embarrassed about asking this question as I have no idea why it is happening to me but I'll do my best to explain... Probably for the past year or so I've been getting blood clots during my period that are reasonable size and regular but I've never really worried about them before. Thismorning however, was a different story! I woke up today and thought I had wet the bed, I was drenched but when I got up I realised it was all blood.
Avatar f tn s thyroiditis which caused it. Being hypo causes blood clots during your period and a lot of women get hypo after pregnancy (hence the brain fog, fatigue, etc). The only thing is I would recommend you find a functional medicine doctor to check your thyroid levels right because many conventional and OBGYN docs don't do it right and they will just brush it off!! If you want anymore info, just let me know!
1069666 tn?1255243515 I'm 21 years old and I've been having blood clots with my period. When I was 13 I started out with a normal period but the next couple of years I started not having any that lasted till I was about 16, then it started with huge blood clots. Over the next couple of years I went to the doctors and they seem not to be able to help.
Avatar n tn It was brownish and had some blood clots on it, but was defiantly not normal. I have no clue what it was and that has never happened to me before. It kind of freaked me out but I just proceeded with my usual stuff. The next morning I did took out my tampon and there was another sack thing but on the tip of my tampon, it was about half the size of the other one, and looked way more brown and didn't have any blood clots on it or anything.
Avatar f tn Hi.I'm 15 and I'm a virgin. I've been having regular periods through all these years but at the last week of this november i had my period and after a week I've been i having blood clots for almost a week.Should I concern?
478225 tn?1208441156 I am the same age as u and my periods are irregular and i get bad stomach cramps a few days before period and whilst on my period and every period i pass blood clots quite big not as bad as yours and yes u can feel them passing and coming out! i wuldnt say its normal to pass blood clots the size u have described. and also weight gain can affect ur periods a lot and disrupt them as well it culd aslo be a sign of some other health problem, and takin the pill can change ur periods.
Avatar f tn Has anyone ever bled like a period during 1st trimester..ive been bleeding for 5 days..dr said its too early to determine supposed to have blood work done but the weather has interfered...soo im just waiting and worrying..could I be having a miscarriage..I told the dr how bad I was bleeding and that I was passing some clots but he said that it could be normal and didnt mean neccessarily that I was miscarrying..only my blood work would give the answers...
Avatar n tn I had large blood clots with my period as did my mother and as does my sister. Of course, with them came the horrible cramps, nausea, and other things for all seven days. I went to my doctor, and she put me on birth control. Things are definitely a lot better now, though I did eventually have to begin taking the pill so that I only have a period every four months. I'd recommend talking to your doctor because you shouldn't have to endure that.
1631891 tn?1299842520 t need to go to the doctor. Little clots in a period are normal. Your periods will stabilize pretty quickly, and begin to come about every 28 days. But every female is a little different, which is why it's useful to keep a chart. After a few months of keeping track, if you are regular, you will even be able to predict with pretty much certainty if your period will be on during an upcoming event, and that is handy to know.
Avatar f tn Abnormal periods are cause enough to go to a gynecologist. There are several causes to this, like hormonal imbalances and things like polycystic ovary syndrome. The blood clots are probably not something that would cause too much concern, but I'd bring it up with your doctor either way. That said, be aware that in your period, you're not only shedding blood, but also the endometrium, which isn't so much the lining of your ovaries as it is the lining of your uterus.
4351887 tn?1366655244 Through your entire period they say you bleed 1 TBSP of blood. UMM that never was the case for me. If you are having these big blood clots and lots of bleeding I would see your doctor or ask him/her to send you to a gynecologist. Are you saying this is your first period EVER and this is how much you have bled with the clots?
Avatar n tn I often get blood clots in my period. Normally I will get 2 or 3 larger ones that will be at least 5cm diameter. After this is I get multiple smaller ones.Is this normal - should I see a doctor - why is this happening?