How serious is peeing with little blood clots?

Pain/frequent/urgent. That could be from several causes, including urinary infection, kidney stones & in some cases kidney cancer. The frequency of blood, the degree of pain or no pain when urinating, and associated symptoms such as fever/chills help us narrow the cause, but further studies would be needed to diagnose definitely.
Peeing blood. Kryticalh, "peeing" blood clots, no matter how big or small they are is not normal. You should discuss this with your healthcare provider. Blood or clots in the urine can be a sign of injury, infection or disease of your bladder, ureters (tubes draining the kidney), kidneys or other structures related to urination. Don't be alarmed, but please be sure to address this.

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When I pee during my periods little pink fleshy bits come out, those are blood clots right?

Probably. Your urine should be clear regardless of whether you are on your period or not. A menstrual discharge is bloody. That is normal. Blood in your urine however is abnormal and requires you be examined by a doctor.

I keep peein&it hurts while I pee & I hav small blood clots come out& spots of blood from my period come out&my period is not pose 2 b on rite nw uti?

UTI. Yes. You have a common problem a UTI or a 'bladder infection'. Please contact your family physician.
UTI. That is very possible, but the best thing you could do would be to see a doctor, get examined and diagnosed appropriately. This cannot be done on the internet. Go and get evaluated, and good luck.
Almost certainly. Your description of the symptoms are almost classic textbook for a lower urinary tract infection and should be treated soon. Give your doctor a visit.

Frequent urination with pain and blood after I am done also small blood clots?

See your doctor. These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you.

Would painful urination combined with small blood clots be caused by kidney stones? And would it be ER worthy?

ER worthy CERTAINLY! This is most likely kidney stones but we always worry about hematuria which needs investigation fairly urgently as renal/bladder cancer is a must not miss diagnosis. See a doctor ASAP!
Yes! This is more likely a urinary tract infection, especially if you have burning with urination. Kidney stones can cause blood in the urine, but there is usually pain in the side/flank. Severe pain. Of the same intensity as giving birth, I don't think you would miss it! Go to an ER/Emergicare/or doctor's office and get the urine tested.
More likely, UTI... For a 30-y-o female with the briefed profile, acute cystitis is more likely than stone passage. Your condition could be evaluated as outpatient in 1-2 days as long as being bearable with symptoms and free of fever and chill. If opposed, seek urgent care timely. If you had similar events, you would know better what needs to be done timely.

What does it mean if I am having tiny blood clots in my pee during my time of ovulation?

See below. Blood in urine warrants an investigation, however, in your case, it is not clear that what you are perceiving as blood clots in pee is not contamination with vaginal discharge. It would be prudent to see your doctor for a urine examination to exclude bleeding form the kidney or urinary tract. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine.
Be checked. There should not normally in blood in your urine. Be examined and have your urine assessed. All the best.