Dark 'old' blood, no real bleeding but uterus lining clots?
I have never been regular for my periods in my life, I am 20 and started my period around age 17. Some patterns I noticed were that I used to get it every other month or so, then once and a while every 6 weeks or so, recently then the past two months on the 4th week I was 'supposed' to get it. I am on birth control. I am a week 'late' but as I said I have never been normal. But I am experiencing period like symptoms, cramping, bloating, pms, the usual. I am usually heavy for the first two days with intense cramping and a normal/lighter flow for the new 3 day. they last average 5 days. However the first day it was 'old' brown blood color. Not a lot but a significant amount. maybe tablespoon worth or more. it was very solidified kind of like the uterus lining clots you find on pads sometimes. then the next day. no bleeding at all but very 'jelly-like' brownish and pink 'things' like the uterus lining clots, it could be them I only see them with blood normally. And today 4 days in, very solidified jelly like light pink discharge. Could It be implantation? Pregnant? or just period.
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