you will bleed if you in the middle of your period and near the time of birth of your child. in clots... maybe ask a doctor but it should be normal. Also take asurvey of you friends to see if they have the same problem if to see if that clot thing is normal. If not GO TO YOUR DOCTOR.
No. Usually implantation bleeding is a bright red to brown drops of blood. No clots.
Yes definately. lots of people have bleeding during pregnancy. I even had small clots this time around and it turned out to be nothing. They never found a cause.
Clots during pregnancy is usually a indication of a miscarriage. Brown bleeding is usually old blood which isn't a normal period.
It can be normal, but you may want to contact your doctor just in case. Or it could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding are more common, it is still a good idea to contact your doctor if you are too concerned.
Yes, it is possible. I had a sub chorionic bleed that caused cramping and bleeding, including passing clots, for about 3 weeks. My doctor monitored me with ultrasounds to confirm the pregnancy was viable and that I was not at risk of serious bleeding. I am currently 11 weeks pregnant and have not had any bleeding for approximately 2 weeks.
No. Blood clots are part of a normal period.
You can have bleeding in next period fallowing the conception. There may be little bleeding in next month also. You should always consult your gynecologist, when ever you get bleeding in pregnancy. She will examine you internally and may go for ultrasonography.
If you have a confirmed pregnancy & was bleeding clots then this can indicate a miscarriage but you need to see your Docctor to confirm this with him. However if you was not pregnant but experienced clots during your period for the first time, then this is not caused by a miscarriage. Clots during a period is perfectly normal & may occur every period or only once a year. Its different in each Woman.
Yes, it's normal to bleed 1-2 weeks.
Very small chances for serious and internal bleeding, but if very minor blood loss, you have more chances. Best is to consult your doctor
It can be normal to bleed during the early parts of pregnancy but not blood clots. I suggest you go to your doctor asap and tell them whats going on.
The primary functions of platelets in the blood is to form blood clots. These blood clots are very beneficial becaus they stop one from bleeding to death.