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Passing Blood Clots After Period
Post period bleeding: Sometimes a clot may be large enough to block the canal leading from the womb to the vagina. It may take a few days to be forced out of the cervix, and appear as light bleeding. More information is needed to be sure of the cause, so if this continues , see your health care provider for answers ...Read more
Go to ER: I am not sure i understand you question but if you are passing blood go immediately to the er. Do not wait. ...Read more
Passed 2 small blood clots around expected period time. 6 days later had a positive hpt. Were the blood clots implantation bleeding?
Yes: Menstrual flow often changes during the course of the period. Often times is is light in the beginning, then becomes heavier for a few days and then finishes with brown blood or spotting. The brown coloration of the blood most likely indicates that the blood is old blood not fresh bleeding. ...Read more
Clots: Clots are always caused by one thing only: the rate at which the bleeding flows. There are many possible reasons for bleeding after a late period, but clots are non -specific. ...Read more
Several thoughts.: If stools otherwise look normal in color and consistency, then could be hemorrhoids or anal fissure. If accompanied by diarrhea and episodic, could be ulcerative colitis or other inflammatory colitis. If stools are black and tarry, could be stomach ulcer or gastritis. Unfortunately there are several thoughts depending on actual presentation of blood. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: I would think the answer depends on how far out from the delivery you are. Can you give more info? ...Read more
Period 10 days early, 3 days after sex. Period usually normal flow with clots. Really light flow no clots? Any possibility of pregnancy?
Light period two weeks ago diarrhea, no cramps, brown blood. Period back, heaviest ever, fresh blood & clots, cramps, and diarrhea. What's happening??
Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections & hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test . There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
It is possible: But u should see your gyn asap or a gyn as u need an exam, blood work to r/o preg and other hormones and to check your hb level, and a pelvic ultrasound to check the uterus and ovaries, and you may possibly need an in office hysteroscopy to look at the endometrium and an endometrial biopsy and once your doc knows what the cause is then there are different treatment options. ...Read more
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I am experiencing no menstrual periods and abnormal vaginal bleeding (quality: contains blood clots) only when urinating blood clots come out.
Possible UTI: Are you having any other urinary symptoms? Frequency, urgency? It is possible your symptoms may be related to urinary tract infection, in which case, you would need antibiotics to clear it. Would recommend you contact your doctors office for further recommendations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Last period was 3 days late; 2days after it "ended", started seeing blood clots & longish string-like blood clots whenever I wiped after using peeing.
Irregular period: Different bleeding patterns are not all that unusual but to be sure make sure you are not pregnant. ...Read more
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