Menstrual clots. Sometimes clots are normal and you should not be afraid to tell your mom or a responsible adult. You should have a gyn exam which could be obtained at your doctor or a women's clinic such as planned parenthood. If you can't talk with your mom, try your coach or the school counselor, or adult female relative, or maybe your friends mom. Don't be scared alone.
Probably normal. Blood clots mean you are bleeding a little heavier than normal. Many women have some blood clots. Why would you be afraid to tell your mom about something that is going on which is fairly normal? Why would you be afraid to tell your mom anything at all. She loves you and wants only the best for you.
Yes. Yes you should.
Yes. 10 doesn't seem too young to have periods these days. Clots (they are not really clots but that's another issue) are unusual and should be looked into. At age 10 she is too young to make her own decision about this and is probably too embarassed. Tell your mom if she won't.
See your md. This can cause severe anemia and you should seek medical attention.
My period has came and gone not do til next week but here recently I have been passing blood clots in between. I'm a little scared. I also had my tubes tied after my last child October 29 2014. Via C-section. After that every now and then I have severe sha
See your doctor. Although irregular bleeding can be a common problem, it should be evaluated by a gynecologist so that you can get a pelvic exam and an ultrasound to ensure that there isn't anything worrisome in your uterus such as a fibroid/infection/polyp that could be causing the bleeding.
MAY BE NORMAL. I t may be normal, but if these clots are bigger than quarter and persist than see a gynecologist.
I'm 16 years old. I've always had blood clots in my period. They're not big but they are a noticeable size. Is this normal? Am I being too paranoid?
See your doctor. Having blood clot of small size is normal, but if you get lot and big size blood clots then consult GYN doctor who may do some blood test to find out cause of clots. Some girls get it for sometime then no more. Collagen vascular disease may be the cause of clots, ask your treating doctor about it.
Yes, but. .. During menstruation, it is normal to pass some smaller clots (say, dime sized). However, if you are bleeding profusely or passing large clots, you might consider visiting a doctor for an evaluation of your heavy menstruation.
Get treated. There are lots of treatment options for heavy periods. For women who are not done having periods birth control pills work well. Mirena (levonorgestrel) iuds can decrease bleeding significantly. There is a nonhormonal medication called Lysteda that works great. For those done with childbearing endometrial ablations are good options.
U Have Choices. Abnormal periods need evaluation; sonogram, lab tests. Non-surgical options include: birth control pills. Lysteda (non-hormonal rx taken during period), Mirena (levonorgestrel) iud. Minimally invasive options: endometrial ablation (in-office), hysteroscopy polyp removal or fibroid resection; and only if these treatments fail then consider hysterectomy - vaginal or laparoscopic if possible.
Yes. It is quite possible to pass clots and tissue.