How far along are you? The farther along, the heavior the bleeding you will have. Even @ 5-6 wks, the bleeding would be quite heavy (like soaking a pad an hour) with lots of clots.
To know for sure, get bloodwork done, then repeated a few days later. It will show if your hcgs levels are rising or falling.
I bled severely when I miscarried. I changed 7 pads in an hour with tons and tons of clots. It really depends how far along you are which will define the amount of bleeding and clotting. I hope that helps. Also if you have just miscarried you might still get a positive hpt to indicatge you were pregnant.
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