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Periods And Tissue
I m 22 yr virgin girl. From last few periods I noticed tissue like structure present in my periods. Another problem is there only 3 day bleeding o...
Evaluation: You should see Ob-Gyn doctor to be evaluated and find the cause so be treated. ...Read more
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
I m 22 yr virgin girl. From last few periods I noticed tissue like structure present in my periods. Another problem is there only 3 day bleeding occur?
Can happen: It can happen sometimes and still be normal ...Read more
I had a IUD surgically removed 4 years ago, every since then I've had 1-2 day periods. Is the scar tissue to blame for lack of bleeding?
Possibly: If the IUD was embedded in the wall of the uterus and required a lot of surgical manipulation to retrieve it, the procedure may have induced the formation of scarring inside the uterus. The scarring may have coapted the front and back walls of the uterus and reduced the surface of the lining of the uterus that menstruates. This may be operable. But unless you want to conceive, maybe leave it be. ...Read more
4 weeks ago i'd my periods and a big pink tissue came out on the 3rd day. My periods stil havn't stopd, in betwin I had only 2, 5 days breaks. Wt 2 d0?
See an OB/GYN: Without an exam there is no way to tell what is going on. Go and be examined and evaluated. Good luck. ...Read more
I have been dealing with multiple symptoms; however, after a lab with my gynecologist, it was determined that I was not pregnant or anemic. I have been fatigued, dealing with headaches daily, have breast tenderness, irregular periods and had a tissue mass
Many causes for fati: Fatigue can be caused by many causes. Since you do not have Anemia, that rules out one common cause. Emotional disorders, sleep deprivation from any cause including depression can be the cause. Your frequent headaches suggest that you are under stress and need to find out how you can control your headaches, get better sleep and would benefit from a neurological examination and or see a counsele ...Read more
Period 12+ hours late & shed visible tissue. Period has been very light since (been about 24 hours of period). Is that normal?
Could be normal: This usually is a function of how long the blood takes to exit. It can clump and as it comes out can combine with normal vaginal secretions and look like "tissue". It is usually harmless. ...Read more
I saw brown spot when I use tiolet tissue what might b the rwason for it...as it happen after 2 week of my last periods?
Not significant: This likely is not anything significant; it may be some mucous from your rectum; ...Read more
Is it normal to pass large pieces of tissue during your period? One piece was about an inch long, light pink, another was larger
Assume not normal: If you have never experienced this before, then you should assume that there might be something going on to explain this finding. First, you really need to check a pregnancy test. If this is negative, then you should contact your ob/gyn who will likely schedule an ultrasound to make sure your uterus looks normal. Old blood can sometimes look like "tissue". Good luck! ...Read more
Got period Jul 31 then finished aug 6 then Aug 16 wiped and found little blood on tissue then stopped for a day same thing happened yesterday why?
You may have: An infection of the cervix or a trauma to the cervix or hormonal fluctuations. See your Gyn for an exam. ...Read more
Felt dull pain on back left side coming around to left side. Got period in am. It's normal. I'm passing tissue which happens on day one. Why the pain?
Period 6 days late. Started today. Heavier bleeding than usual and 3 clumps of tissues about the size of a quarter. Miscarry?
Possible if Pregnant: Menstrual bleeding can vary in terms of quantity, consistency and duration. Even passing clots is normal. However if you are pregnant, then this could represent a miscarriage or put you at higher risk of miscarriage. Take a home pregnancy test and if positive, go to your Primary doctor or Gynecologist. If you have severe pain and/or bleeding, then go to the nearest Emergency Room. ...Read more
On period, wiped and there was a thick substance. Booger like but looked like it could be tissue or part of an egg? Should I be worried
In period, can endometrial tissue pass as a circle sac that is strawberry sized, transparent, 1 inch wide, thin sac layer, like water bag?
Possible: Yes, sounds like a small cyst. It's not really common, buit it's definitely possible. ...Read more
Before a period is it normal to have a chunk of blood that looks like it might be attached to tissue but when I wipe there is no blood. Is it normal?
I have been passing tissue while on my period. What causes this and should I be concerned? Usually about 1-2 in tissue with lots on tiny pieces, too.
Age 27, no kids. This month period was 6 days early (27days), no pain/warning, watery without clots/tissue. Never happened before. Periods usually reg.
I had an medical abortion 1yr ago and I get periods regular every month but its lighter....Is it normal? ....Or ells some tissues left inside...Plz me
Normal: Your periods are likely normal. There is almost no chance there is remaining tissue in your uterus a year later. If you have any concerns; be sure to see your doctor. ...Read more
I passed some tissue yesterday morning and I'm not sure why. I bled lightly but it stopped. I don't think I was pregnant. Just had period 3 weeks ago?
Period is 2 months late, and now when I wipe there is a very light pink slime only on tissue not enough for a pad. I have had a tubal what could be going on?
Is a tissue like substance normal during a period? Very weird tissue like substance came out while on my period. Is this normal? Not experiencing any pain but this has never happened.
A: A period is the monthly shedding of the lining of the uterus. Often it just looks like blood, but in actuality it is the blood-rich tissue that lines the uterus. If you notice clots or bits of tissue during a normal period, this is nothing to worry about. If your period is very heavy or if you are experiencing pain, give your doctor a call. Good luck! ...Read more
Both: You are losing the lining cells of the uterus (tissue) with the associated blood. ...Read more
Needs evaluating: The blood can be from your urinary tract (urethra or bladder), the reproductive tract (vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus) or from the anus, colon, rectum. There are a multiple of causes of bleeding from any of these sites. I would recommend a visit to your physician for evaluation. ...Read more
Where and how much?: Depends on where on your body and how big the area that was treated. The doc doing the surgery should make this perfectly clear to you before you get it done. Always ask any question first! Take notes. Take someone with you to hear any explanations, especially a person who may assist in your recovery. Two sets of ears are better than one! Make a list of questions, and write them down, beforehand ...Read more
Nothing: Remember, your period is not just blood. It is the lining of the uterus that is shedding because it does not have to support a pregnancy. Most of the time any tissue is small and goes unnoticed, but sometimes your period bleeding can seem "tissue-y". .. That's ok. If everything else around your period is normal. .. Timing, flow, duration. ...Read more
Preg test: Check a pregnancy test as a precaution. If negative then monitor your cycles to make sure this resolves. Sometimes people pass more endometrial tissue than blood and the cycle can have this appearance. If concerned you can always schedule follow up with an obgyn ...Read more