I experience very heavy bleeding and clotting during my cycle. I also have severe cramping. My cycle last for 7 days and are 21 days apart. 7 years ago I had tumors removed from the inside of my uterus and the cramping went away but heavy flowing and clotting didn't.
I have done alot of research about clots. Also long as you are still having a normal period with them then its fine. clots are from when blood pools, like if you were laying down for a long time then got up a blood clot would come out. or sometimes if you uterus is tilted it will clot or of its larger then normal. For me I'm just trying to find out why for he its just clot and no other blood present. For you it sounds like you are going to be okay but it still would be best to talk to your doctor specaily sinces you have had problems in the passed.
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