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Doctor insights on: Retroplacental Clot

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Is it normal to have clots in my menatrual cycle?

Is it normal to have clots in my menatrual cycle?

Yes: Passing clots from time to time is normal. However if you have continued very heavy periods you might want to be evaluated by a gynecologist. ...Read more

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Are tampons good for clots?

Are tampons good for clots?

Ok for clots: Tampons work best for menstrual periods that are mostly blood and smaller clots. Tampons may not work as well when a woman is having very heavy periods or large clots. However see if it works ok for you. A tampon will not stop you from having clots. ...Read more

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What causes blood to not clot?

What causes blood to not clot?

Antithrombin: The body has a complex system of clotting and anti clotting cascades. The principle anticlotting proteins are Antithrombin which in turn requires other cofactors to function properly. Once a clot begins to form, plasmin becomes activated which breaks down clot. Whether a clot forms or not is a race between the pro-clotting and anti-clotting pathways. ...Read more

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Can you get another clot on xarelto?

Can you get another clot on xarelto?

Yes: When medicines are tested, it is for how good they are and not how perfect they are. In any treatment, there will always be failures or those who do not respond to the treatment. In addition, treatment is dependent on doses and dosing, calculated per things like body weight and kidney functions. ...Read more

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Can there be clots during implantation?

Possible: Yes, you may pass some clots,especially if you have been laying down a while. But it is concerning, and you should see your GYN. They may want to check hormone levels on you. ...Read more

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What can these pink clots in my urine be?

What can these pink clots in my urine be?

See below: This is almost certainly blood you should see a physician and find out what the problem is. ...Read more