Are large Menstrual Clots normal
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- Are large Menstrual Clots normal
- T can be normal to pass blood clots during menstruation. The amount, length and frequency of menstrual bleeding vary with MORE?
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- I have been having very heavy periods for about 2 yrs then within the last 6 months I have had blood clots & most are as big or bigger than golf balls. I have extremly painful periods & have been going every 2 weeks that last for 8-...
- Is having large blood clots normal during menstrual periods??
- It's ok, it's completely normal for women to have irregular periods/flow. I used to have my period off and on like that and then it started to invert and i had my period for 3 weeks and a week break, then it would start again. I met with my...
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- Are large blood clots during a menstrual cycle normal?
- Q: Are large blood clots during a period normal? Also, is it normal to have cramps and pain that is so bad, it is almost unbearable? My pain is so bad, I can take a handful of OTC pain meds, and it barely goes away.
- A: Yes, large blood clots are normal. You may have something called "endometriosis". This means that the lining of your uterus is very thick. This causes extra pain and clotting during a period. I have this. I have to take 800 Ibuprofen about a week before my period and I take it daily until my period is over. This stops the pain before it starts. If I miss the Ibuprofen my pain is extreme. I mean, there are times I have fallen to the ground in pain due to cramping. As for the blood clots, there is not much you can do. They say it gets better after having children, but mine did not. You can get a D&C witch will scrape your uterus so it might be easier on periods after. I would think the first thing would be to see a doc and find out exactly what is going on and your options. A few other things that might help are birth control pills (which I take even though I have my tubes tied to help with the cramping), easing back on caffeine, and exercising (who wants to do that when you are in pain?, but it does help). Good luck to you.
- Is it normal to pass a large menstrual blood clot after sneezing without having a period?
- Q: I don't typically have much of a period - usually just one period every 2-3 months. But this summer I've bled alot and the other day I got scared when I sneezed and out came a large menstrual clot, even though I wasn't having a period. I've also been bleeding after sex and have been extremely tired.... any ideas what it could be?I don't typically have much of a period - usually just one period every 2-3 months. But this summer I've bled alot and the other day I got scared when I sneezed and out came a large menstrual clot, even though I wasn't having a period. I've also been bleeding after sex and have been extremely tired.... any ideas what it could be?Addt'l info: I'm 40 and not on any medication including birth control. I've been to the dr. and they did an ultrasound but want me to come back in 2 weeks for another one - right ovary seems enlarged. Left ovary is underdeveloped which is why I don't usually have a period every month. My CA125 checked out fine & not pre-menopausal - whew! Tried several rounds of fertility treatment through early 20's & was told at age 24 that its very unlikely I'd ever conceive... Thank you for your answers & concerns....
- A: It sounds a lot like a miscarriage. However, at your age and with the gyn probs you mentioned, it's possible that it could be something else entirely. I'm 48 and have something called complex hyperplasia---I bleed a lot (A LOT) and pass lots and lots of clots. They had to do a biopsy to find out the problem. They have recommended I get a hysterectomy. You really need to discuss these symptoms with your gyn and let them pinpoint what's going on. Good luck to you.
- Is having large blood clots normal during menstrual periods?
- Q: It all started last year when I skipped my period in Nov. and Dec. of 2007. I thought I was pregnant and got checked at the doctors, but I was not pregnant. I got my period in Jan and it was a normal flow. Then, I skipped my period on Feb. I finally got my period in March, but it was the heaviest period I have ever had in my life. Then, I skipped April and May, but June and July I had a very very light period. Now, I have already finished my period this month (August). I started my period like two weeks ago, which started really really really light and it was off and on. It wasn't until last saturday when my period became very very very heavy.Yesterday, I felt a sharp pain (cramp) on my lower abdomen for about two seconds and it went away. A few minutes later, I felt that I was getting heavy, but it was a huge blood clot that came out. That happened to my twice yesterday. Now, I'm fine and today done with my period.I am kinda scared because my sister told me I can go into menopause at an early age because that happened to her friend who was 21 years old and could not have a baby because she was already going through menopause. I am 22 years old. I am also scared because people told me it can be ovarian cyst....
- A: It's ok, it's completely normal for women to have irregular periods/flow. I used to have my period off and on like that and then it started to invert and i had my period for 3 weeks and a week break, then it would start again. I met with my doctor and got onto the Pill, and it has helped regulate my periods and flow. I have been on it for 3 years and have never had any problems with it. As for this so-called "blood clot", that is actually just tissue that has built up in your uterus for the last few months because you haven't had a regular period, so it does not get the chance to be released and builds up over time. That happens to me too sometimes, and it is completely normal. A blood clot is very different and should never be confused with what I just described. I have actually had an ovarian cyst before. One morning I woke up really early and went to go pee, and then I got this insane sharp pain in my left ovary area and was on the floor in pain. I had to be driven to the hospital. The pain lasted for a long time, but it eventually went away. I went to my doctor soon afterward, and she said that I had had an ovarian cyst that had exploded. I didn't experience any pain beforehand, though, although that might be just me. If you are at all concerned you should make an appointment with your doctor. I would recommend getting yourself on some hormones like the Pill to regulate your cycle. And if you are having excessive pain in your abdomen I would get that checked out too. Good luck!
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