* you see blood clots which are actually clots of tissue in your menstruation -- don't worry, this is a normal occurrence and is no cause for alarm. Blood clots such as these are perfectly normal because menstruation involves the shedding of the lining of the uterus.
1. Save money: Electricity costs lots and lots of money especially in a big place like a school! 2. Reduce air pollution caused by burning coal to generate electricity, and from car fumes . 3. Save water: Power stations use 2 liters of water for every unit of electricity. 4. Global sea levels could rise by almost a meter by 2100. 5. London and parts of the South East will be at a greater risk of flooding.
Its not neccessarily a bad thing, but its not a good thing either. Using water for energy can ruin habitats by flooding and not letting water flow naturally. Its better than some sources of energy because it dreates no pollution, and water is a renewable resource. There are lots of arguments debating whether or not it's the best choice. What about you. Choose your argument, what side are you on?
ususally at 14-16 yrs old is when they start. that is incorrect ^. Girls start at all ages, normally about 12 which is a great age to get your period. howveer there are lots more ages you can start. i got mine at 10! that is quite early. but you can start anytime between 8-16 if earlier of later see a doctor. GOOD LUCK GIRLS :)
lots of people died lots of people died
I went through the same thing and I had a miscarriage, there was lots of blood clots and the bleeding was extremely heavy and lasted for a week exactly.
So, your period only lasted two days and you had lots of blood clots and as a result you might be wondering what is wrong. For many females, their monthly period lasts between 3 and 7 days, with the flow usually light at the beginning, increasing after a day or two and then tapering off. It is also not uncommon to have some blood clots. If this experience is unusual for you, it might be worth seeking advice from your doctor who would be best fit to put your mind at rest.
No. Tornadoes do not cause flooding.
You are having a period
lots of flooding :)
lots, tots, clots, bots, mots, shots, ect.
could be but probably not you were just probably stressed and your period got out of whack
Phoenix has experienced abnormally heavy rainfall this year that has caused frequent flooding of streets and parking lots.
You Eat lots of raw tomatos, the seeds will help the blood in making its journey in the utaris
If you want to have your period but don't want lots of blood coming out of you the best thing to do is wear a tampon. Nothing but a couple of blood spots come out every now and then.
blood lots and lots of blood.
The risks of flooding are houses may go under the water and lots of buildings will be damaged and will need to pay hundreds of pounds to be rebuilt again.