blood clots doing my period
No. Blood clots are part of a normal period.
No excessive blood clots are not normal you should be seen by your heath care provider.
You are seeing blood clots and this a very normal occurrence during your menstrual cycle. You may experience a lot of them or very little blood clots.
During your period it is normal to experience blood clots but if you mean when you go to the bathroom and are not on your period, then this is not normal and should be investigated. It is most likely caused by a hormonal inbalance.
Blood clots in a period are due to blood that was stationary long enough to begin to congeal.
The blood from your period should be dark, not bright, red because it is "old" blood that the uterus sheds. It is also normal to see clots or lumps of blood during your period.
What does it mean when you have colts with your period
Being able to feel very large blood clots, may be a problem. Feeling blood clots is normal, but large ones may cause vaginal viruses.
Clots during pregnancy is usually a indication of a miscarriage. Brown bleeding is usually old blood which isn't a normal period.
Because it has blood clots and womb lining in it
Blod clots and this is completely normal and nothing to worry about.