White spot in my menstrual blood clot?

Normal. Having a white spot in the menstrual blood clot can be normal. In addition to blood and all the components of blood in menstrual cycle, there is lining from your uterus and this can sometimes look whitish and stringy. Completely normal.

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Can a menstrual blood clot travel to your heart or lungs like other blood clots can?

NO. Only clots within your circulatory system cause problem. No problem expected with menses, nose bleed, hemorrhoid, cuts, etc. Read more...
No. In order for a clot to travel to your heart or lungs, it must be first located within a major vein in the body. Menstrual clots are not contained within hte veins, but within the linig of the uterus, and cannot travel. Read more...

Can menstrual blood clots travel to other organs in the body?

Retrograde menses. Some women during their period have blood flow through the fallopian tubes and the blood spills into the peritoneal cavity (the space that holds your abdominal and pelvic organs). You may be referring to one of the theories proposed for the development of endometriosis inside organs. But no, the clots don't travel like clots in your blood vessels, which can cause stokes, heart & pulmonary issues. Read more...

How long does my menstrual suppose to last after having a baby 6days ago? It's still bright red and some small blood clots.

Up to 6 weeks. You will be bleeding for a while although it should be gradually decreasing. If you try to do too much and get overtired in particular you may notice increased bleeding, in which case you simply need to get more rest. If it still seems excessive to you then see your doctor. Read more...

I've had a blood clot previously, now I'm noticing a hot spot in my lower right calf with no pain. Should I be thinking it's another blood clot?

Its possible. Blood clots come in all shapes and sizes and their risk to your overall health depends upon where they are located. The most definitive way to determine if the painfull area represents a clot is to see your pcp and ask for an ultrasound be done of the area. Point out exactly where the painfula area is to the ultrasonaographer so they can make sure they examine that area carefully. Read more...
Possibly. With symptoms this complex, you owe it to yourself to call your doctor to help you make sense out of them. Read more...
Possible. get check. I don't know what was the cause of your previous blood clot, whether you have other predisposition/underlying genetic problems for blood clot that explain/related to your previous episode of blood clot, but you are a bit too young to have blood clot. Absolutely, if you have pain on calf, and/or redness or swelling- you need to tell your doctor and have yourself checked to rule out blood clot. Read more...

When someone has a blood clot and feel the warmth in the leg, what's exactly happening then? Is the blood stuck in 1 spot creating the hot sensation?

Blood clot. A blood clot in the leg usually occurs in a large vein. The clot is irritating to the vein and causes inflammation and swelling and pain. The warmth is from the inflammatory process spreading through the vein. Read more...
Clot stuck ? When a section of a vein stops flowing and clots inflammation develops, like inflamed tonsils in tonsillitis or a sore joint in gout or a sore belly in diverticulitis. The inflammation causes redness, warmth, tenderness and local swelling. With time the inflammation subsides and all those things go away. Read more...