No it doesn't. It is very normal for some women.Oversize clots are not normal. You need to see your doctor.
No, conception isn't possible during menstruation. During menstruation there is no egg present to be fertilised, although it's important to point out that a woman may still be fertile during menstruation: there may be fertile cervical mucus present, which can keep sperm alive in the vagina long enough so that there is still sperm present when a woman ovulates after menstruation.
Menstruation is part of the menstrual cycle, a process involving ovulation and if conception doesn't occur the uterine lining is shed (menstruation) in preparation for the possibility of conception during the next cycle. Menopause is the process where you come to the end of your reproductive years, it's when ovulation starts to slow down.
Yes there is bleeding during menstruation
No, the egg isn't released during menstruation. The egg is released during ovulation, which typically occurs two weeks before menstruation, if the egg isn't fertilised then this leads to menstruation.
Probably not, however there have been cases of pregnancy and a mild menstruation during first trimester of pregnancy.
The endometrium is the lining of the uterus. It is the part that is sloughed off during menstruation.
No. At menstruation, unfertilized egg is expelled from the body.
pain during menstruation
You can do absolutely anything you like during menstruation - there is absolutely nothing that you can't do on your period. In fact some things can be better during menstruation, for example sex can be a lot more pleasurable during menstruation and many women find they're much more creative during menstruation so they may be more likely to create great works of art.
You can eat whatever you want during menstruation, there's no reason to restrict yourself if you don't want to. People suggest to avoid salty and spicy food during menstruation to people who experience bloating and cramps during menstruation as these things can worsen symptoms.
No, you wouldn't fall pregnant during your period as there is no egg present during menstruation. However it is possible for you to be fertile during menstruation, this would mean that sperm from sex during menstruation may live long enough to fertilise the egg released during ovulation.
No, there is no ovulation or menstruation during pregnancy.